Katrina chats to author, speaker & hairdresser Joshua Coombes about his incredible work cutting the hair of those experiencing homelessness in order to tell their stories. Nearly ten years ago, Joshua encountered a gentleman sleeping rough on thestreets of London, rather than offering him money, Joshua made the consciousdecision to give his time and skills by offering a haircut instead.Visually recording people’s responses and stories, Joshua brought such joy tohis corner of the internet and his content went viral, attracting a huge amountof media attention. He now travels the world, still working on the street,aiming to humanise the issue of homelessness globally. Joshua speaks about his inspiring ‘do something for nothing’ movement and howhe rethought the concept of charity and what it means to profoundly impactother people. He discusses the underrated value of kindness and connection insociety and how we can still have a massive impact on an individual scale, evenby doing something small.