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From High School Drop-Out to CEO: How Bryce Cleveland is Changing Lives in the Beauty Industry With SCALPA

This high school dropout found his fortune helping people in the beauty industry.

Photo Taken By Jerry Silva

-Photo taken by Jerry Silva

In todays modern society, many young adults stick to the path of school in hopes of finding success. It is seen as “normal” for a student to attend college and get their degree. In the eyes of many, this is the routine way to achieving success. However, in today’s e-commerce era, some of the best success stories are told by college dropouts. Making money online has become more common and has given birth to the entrepreneur.

While many young adults still attend college and earn a degree, some see a future in a different light. One of those individuals was Bryce Cleveland, a now CEO of a fast-growing beauty and aesthetics company called SCALPA. Despite being told in school that if he didn’t apply himself, he would be nothing, Cleveland overcame his severe ADHD and found his purpose in helping people find theirs.

Cleveland, a pioneer in the online training beauty industry, breaks down the barriers for people who want to enter the beauty service industry. He has paired custom products with an extraordinary online training experience like never before seen in the industry. “I want people to succeed fast,” he says. “Stop taking so much time trying to figure out how to do it and instead connect with those who do and learn quickly.”

Cleveland has taken this structure to the top, making millions in the industry while leading artists straight to success. “It’s a clear blueprint to success,” he says. “If you can get out of your own way and follow our lead, you can tap into a recession-proof industry where you make your own rules and crush the game.”

With a global reach in 55 countries, Cleveland has changed the life of over 100,000 individuals throughout the industry. “I’m tired of watching people get played by the college system, not fulfilling their real purpose and reaching their true fulfillment doing something they love.”

He’s become not only a marketing powerhouse but an original inventor and creator of innovative products to offer to his online students. Cleveland says that the question always remains the same, “How do we serve our students, keep them progressing, and lead the way to absolute success?”

You find more info about Bryce Cleveland on his social media: @brycegcleveland

Christian Anderson

Written by Christian Anderson

Christian Anderson (also known as the artist Trust'N) is a force in the world of Marketing and PR. After marketing his own hip/hop album "Lapse" to #12 in the world on the iTunes charts, he decided to offer his services to help artists and entrepreneurs as well. As an entrepreneur, Christian was exposed to the field of Public Relations while gathering press for his new releases. After acting as his own manager, he was able to produce impeccable results, getting posted on some of the world's biggest media outlets. Christian took that experience and started working as a freelance PR for other artists & entrepreneurs with the desire to provide them with the same successful results. After impressing the CEO of Bentley Records in NYC, he was offered the position of Executive Director of Public Relations, being the youngest ever to be given the opportunity. Driven by his success, large connection base, and drive to win as an artist & entrepreneur he founded Lost Boy Entertainment, LLC. to provide artists, entrepreneurs, and businesses the same services he had to scratch and claw to find himself. Being the founder and original Lost Boy, Christian serves as the company’s President. He is an artist, motivator, leader, businessman, and entrepreneur leading Lost Boy Entertainment into the future. At the young age of 22, he is currently making major contributions to help musicians, artists, businesses, and entrepreneurs flourish in the global economy.

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