Natifa Mai, a London based Vietnamese and Jamaican nail tech, launches a new book where she bridges the gap between newly qualified nail technicians and the Vietnamese nail industry. The new book titled “So You Wanna Be A Nail Tech?” is available to every reader who wants to learn something about the Vietnamese nail industry. “My book has three missions; to help people find their purpose in nails, help transition trained nail techs from unemployment to employment, and encourage diversity within the Vietnamese sector,” Natifa wrote this after listening to a business podcast and being motivated to create an extra stream of income and to inspire others, whilst also being stuck in Jamaica for 11 weeks during the covid-19 lockdown.
“So You Wanna Be A Nail Tech?” has been published on all major book stores, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Apple Books, and is selling fast. The book also has something for entrepreneurs, CEOs, be it young or old, male or female. In addition, it carefully explains how any nail technician who desires to make it in the saturated nail industry can easily do so without making avoidable mistakes. It also gives useful business tips, proven anecdotes and outlines secrets to becoming achievers in the nail industry.
Apart from having an appealing yet elegant cover, the book is written in simple English, making it a perfect book for both native and second-language speakers of English.
Natifa Mai was born and raised in East London, Hackney to a Vietnamese mother and Jamaican father and she is an entrepreneur who wants others to succeed. She is passionate about young women and wants to use her wealth of experience in the nail industry to help every young girl around the world. This is what prompted her into writing So You Wanna Be A Nail Tech? Hence, “So You Wanna Be A Nail Tech?” Being the first book written by Natifa Mai.
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Country: United Kingdom