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  • Jin T

What do you do for a living?

Updated: Jan 29, 2021

Greetings bald heads and bald-headed allies. Welcome to Monday. Let's celebrate in knowing we were given the opportunity to see another day and be happy that we are in our right (or wrong) minds. As you know this site contains affiliate links. Using them helps me to provide you with content such as this. There is no extra charge to you for using the link however I do get a commission whenever you purchase from the links. I also have discount codes on a couple of them for you to receive 15-50% off some items. So use the links and help a sista out.

I know what you might be thinking...

Oh me? I just came from the rock I reside under

Now that I have gotten that out of the way. I want to thank all of the people who open these emails and glance over them or that actually take the time to read them. I want to thank the people who reach out when they haven't received an email in awhile. Let's talk about it.


If you have been following me across all social sites you have probably gotten to a place where you have sat down looking at me saying verbally:

To which I naturally answer-

"Minding My Bald-Headed Business"

You got it! I STAY minding my bald-headed business and the businesses that pay me.

Review the notes:

About a year ago I took a leap and decided to go from hobby lover to part-time business owner. I was organized and consistent with a steady job living my best bald-headed life. Then on the faithful day of March 13, 2020, my life CHANGED when America got hit with Ronesha. I was released from my job and thought well I better put all of this time to good use. I was/am the hobby hustler. I found ways to make my ends meet while looking for new sources of employment.

I thought back to a conversation I had with one of my ugly bald-headed friends "why work for someone else when you can work for yourself? You have the time and tool; you better act like you are endorsed by Nike and #justdoit" They weren't wrong. I had to do it.

I started to blog, I remained consistent with the podcast, assisted in the creation of some pretty dope things, and used my counseling degree as a meditation pillow so long I became a certified yoga instructor.

To hear how I did on my annual review follow the link below.

Welcome back... It's true, I worked all my hobbies and turned almost all of them into businesses until I'd saved up enough energy (I think you people call this money) to reintroduce my wellness coaching services.

Yup, you heard me. All the time that I was using my degree as a mediation pillow I was building my wellness coaching program. I did a lot of odd jobs like selling lashes, babysitting, shirt pressing, mask making and the list goes on and on.

I had to clear mental space in order to get clear on the community I was looking to serve in this round of coaching, spend time in the community, learn what and where the gaps were, then try to build the bridge to close the gap.

Simply I had to make my DATA work in order to outline my services.

I used to tell my self "I'm not good at analyzing the data when the truth is... I am pretty good at it I just call it trial and error. But that's the process of making the data work.

Yall I was looking GOOFY AF out here like I just graduated from clown college.


What took me so long to relaunch my coaching services? Honestly, I wanted to wait until I'd completed my yoga courses so that I could offer yoga as a part of my coaching. I had 3 souls that said "Jin I don't care that you aren't done with your yoga classes I need your help. We can practice yoga with you if you think it will help us get better.