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Ambassador for the Global Women Entrepreneur Network, GWEN, Founder of BeverlyD Luxe Organic Hair Care, Author of HAIR NOW -The Seven Devotions of Hair Enlivenment . The Madonna of Hair, BeverlyD is best known as someone who by her very presence, will impact you in a way that causes you to take action in your life. This 'Natural Bawdy' commands audiences with energetic performance, building universal love, one head of hair at a time.

Entries by BeverlyD

Becoming Alive

(2) Comments | Posted October 29, 2015 | 1:15 PM

I am declaring a new phase, a coming out, a rebirth if you may!


It began October 6, 2015 after a 21 day cleansing. A cleansing of the soul, the mind, the energy around me! The cleansing neglected the physical...

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50 Shades of Cool

(0) Comments | Posted February 21, 2015 | 4:20 PM

"50 Shades of Cool"...natural, from nature, modern hair!

Grey? Yes, Grey.

Or, if you prefer...Silver Slate, Vintage Platinum, Icy White, Blue Silver, Cool Violet, Smokey Blonde, Smoldering Bombshell!

Vogue has promoted the look and I agree: grey doesn't mean grandma anymore.

This coming-of-age color is modern, edgy and space-age....

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Capital B or Entre-Beauty

(1) Comments | Posted December 10, 2014 | 2:47 PM

My entrepreneurial experience began as young child. Being from a dairy farm family, children were abundant and contributed to the success of the farm business. That was like having a job with no pay, an apprenticeship. But, of course, we were fed, clothed, lodged and loved.

The real entrepreneur training...

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The Importance of Being Hair

(0) Comments | Posted September 8, 2014 | 3:22 PM

After much contemplation I am ready to concede.

You were right, William. The whole damn world is a stage.
I might also be willing to see it as a film or a show.
but it certainly is a performance of some kind.

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Connection, Mission, Game: Your Best Friends

(1) Comments | Posted April 27, 2014 | 9:58 PM

Achievement in life seems to be the driving force in our lives that pushes us over the edge into "Stress-ville." This can happen in all categories of life, including our professional lives. Achieving the perfect body, raising the perfect child or creating your dream home can put us all in...

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Learning to Thrive as a Lifestyle D-Stressor

(0) Comments | Posted March 31, 2014 | 12:00 AM

Now that Arianna has released her book and created the Third Metric...THRIVING is all the rage. It has always been a rage for me as I reached my breaking point in 2003 with dis-ease considerations.

What has been such a savior and a way to alleviate stress has been...

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Your Environment to Stress Relief

(0) Comments | Posted February 11, 2014 | 11:00 PM

Being relaxed, peaceful and calm has much to do with the environment you reside.

ENVIRONMENT is the business you work at, the domain you live in, the place you play, the city, town or country you call home, your profession, your school or club membership. It is everywhere and now...

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Dare to Be Daring

(0) Comments | Posted December 31, 2013 | 9:39 AM

Truth or dare: What gives you more energy? Someone admits as a truth they secretly admired you. It feels nice and warm? Or they be daring and walk up to you with flowers and a bold statement of, "I have been admiring you from afar." Does it feel the same...

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Give Appreciation Now Till Next Thanksgiving

(0) Comments | Posted December 3, 2013 | 9:18 AM

Now that we have completed our Thanksgiving rituals of being grateful and thankful, why has shopping sprees and 'all about me' seem to diminish the grateful tone of the holiday? We all can put on a lovely face and superficially apply ourselves to the job of being thankful and grateful...

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Be Feminine to Dissolve Pressures of Success

(0) Comments | Posted October 30, 2013 | 2:55 PM

Business books often use the word success to mean making money or reaching a goal. Both meanings are decidedly masculine. Males of all ages admire contests of skill and strength in which everyone knows the score. Our society applauds the guy who puts the ball through the goal posts or...

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Why Do We Treat Symptoms When the Cause Could Be the Cure for our Stressed Life?

(0) Comments | Posted October 23, 2013 | 12:01 PM

Nine times out of ten, you are probably reacting to a symptom of your life. Is your symptom being tired? Drink coffee. Is your symptom being overweight? Exercise on a regular schedule. Money challenges? Go to work when you would love to play. Feel like you are working too hard?...

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