Greg Berzinsky - PARTNER
Thank you in advance for authorizing the use of your image @berzinsky
last year I sent an email explaining what my startup is developing for the male beauty market and how you are a reference model in the male world and we are very happy that you liked the idea and now yes we will not only use your image but tell a little of your story hope you like a hug partner and success for us. Startup Chopper & Cuts is more and more sure that the work is giving results and making more important partnerships to add value to your services and deliver the best to the male beauty market.
An architect by training, but an artist from birth, Greg loves to draw, paint, and design landscape, and has an interest in fashion, art history, interiors, entertaining and hosting guests, home construction projects, dance, music, travel, and photography. He’s been married to his wife Mary for 24 years, and together they have two children – Victor, 18, who is a freshman at Wheaton College and part of the football program, and daughter Ava, 16, who is currently a junior in high school. A devout Christian and fitness enthusiast, Greg spends his spare time working out, running, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, and skiing, and is an avid high school, college, and NFL football fan.
Bom dia campeões e campeãs... 👍🤗🌴🌴📿🔝🕊️#sucesso_em_acao .
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We have a need to constantly regroup and edit our lives to ensure we are living in a way that's reflective of the things we value most.
But when you have a company to run, have a sales target to think about, a potential business partnership to strategize, how do you find time to sit down and think about your life?
How do you set aside time to hone your skills and better yourself?
When you need some time to block off for yourself and you need the best people to do the things that are highly valuable for your business, talk to us. I'm sure we can find a way around it.
Crazy to think that I was almost a beauty school drop out. I literally don’t even know how I graduated without going to school for a whole month. I went from doing hair in my run down kitchen, quitting my first salon job because I lacked confidence and support. Only to beg the owner to come back just a few months later. -
Then there came a turning point. A fork in the road. I had to make a choice. Choose to suck at doing hair (which I did) or treat my job as a career and invest in myself and my craft. I chose the right path. I chose to invest in me. I chose to invest in my business. I chose to become a professional. -
See that’s the beauty of life. You CAN choose. You can choose to make excuses or you can flip your thought process and make the best out of what you have. And DO the best you can. Making these changes creates a train reaction of goodness that just keeps pouring your way. -
I am successful. I run my own life and business. I make money that supports my life choices and my family. And you can too. I promise. -