So Why is Olaplex so good for your hair by Diane Shawe

Inspired By Salons, Proven By Science

Washing and conditioning hair after a perm, colouring, balayage, relaxer or texturing is not enough any more.  The same clients who come into the salon today, want to leave with drastic (healthy) softer, silky hair. Social media and home treatment kits and the daily use of high temperature straighteners, have meant that any salon worth its salt need to invest in OLAPLEX! 

Clients want to go from brown to platinum in less than two sittings had to contend with the dryness and  damage caused to their hair so as to covet platinum blondes, perms, red hair and more, all came with a hefty price. Inspired by the desire salons and hairdressers have to take their clients to the next level, without damage, is why OLAPLEX exists. 

The Olaplex range repairs the 5 types of damage listed below:

• Chemical services such as colouring, perms, relaxers and keratin treatments

• Thermal damage from electrical tools such as straighteners, curlers and hairdryers

• Mechanical damage from brushing, tugging and styling hair

• Environmental damage including the sun and humidity, extreme weather and pollution

• Lifestyle or Physiological changes including age, stress, undergoing medical treatment, hormone changes

What is the hype about?

Non-toxic, vegan and cruelty free, the allure of Olaplex products lie in their proven results and critical acclaim. Used by salon professionals all over the world, Olaplex has been featured in the prestigious pages of Glamour, USA Today, Refinery29, Teen Vogue, Byrdie, InStyle – and many more besides.

The Olaplex range features a whole suite of treatments which have appealed to celebrities, hair professionals and beauty gurus of all ages. And when we say beauty gurus, we mean readers like you.

Why should salons use OLAPLEX?

You’ll notice that the range has a key focus on one word in particular – Bond. From bond building to bond maintenance and smoothing… Olaplex are pretty bond obsessed. Ok, we get it, they’re very sleek and sophisticated products, but there are no classified secrets behind the science here. To explain the importance of the bond obsession, it’s time for a quick introduction to hair biology.

Damaged hair prior to bond repair

Hair is fibre. Composed of the keratin protein, your hair consists of millions of disulfide bonds, which hold the protein structures of your hair shaft together. These bonds can be damaged by high levels of heat, chemical treatments, excessive brushing and environmental exposure. Basically… anything from hair straightener addiction to extreme colour treatment can interfere with the long term health of your hair, as these stressors can damage your hair bonds.

Step in Olaplex. Each product contains the patented ingredient bis-aminopropyl diglycol dimaleate. It sounds super fancy but long story short, this ingredient works on a molecular level to help repair the disulfide bonds in your hair.

Olaplex works on all hair types and textures. If you get your hair coloured professionally, your stylist may have even recommended using Olaplex between salon visits to help nurture your hair after your treatment.

The holy grail of hair is to fix damage, which is where OLAPLEX started. Today, we have a line of 9 products that address rebuilding hair while tackling other hair concerns such as moisture, frizz, and heat protection. Our heritage began in the salons, inspired by the needs of professionals, and has grown to the at-home line we have today because of it. You ask, and we listen. There are no other products other than OLAPLEX on the market that rebuild broken bonds in the hair, period. Only OLAPLEX products can take that bond-building technology and pair it with moisture, smoothing, and protection. 

OLAPLEX has elevated salon services forever, and with more use and heads of hair treated with OLAPLEX, we develop products based on clients’ needs. 

How It Started:

Stand Alone Treatment | Performed in-salon using OLAPLEX Nº.1 and OLAPLEX Nº.2, this treatment is the first, only, and strongest bond-building treatment available. 

OLAPLEX N°0 acts as an intensive repair booster working in tandem with  N°3 to receive your most intense repair. This means 68% more repair & 3x stronger hair when used together. This can be added to hair colour or most chemical treatment.

Introducing the newest product to the range, the no.0 is a professional- inspired treatment that primes hair for deeper repair with the highest dose of patented Olaplex technology of any of their take home treatments. It rebuilds hair bonds, strengthens and protects hair integrity. For best results it is advised to use as the first step in a two-part system with N°.3 Hair Perfector. Use once or twice a week, three if you have severely damaged hair. Apply to dry hair, fully saturating each section and leave on for 10 minutes before applying the no.3 which you leave on for a further 10 minutes

OLAPLEX Nº.1 | (Professional Use) Inspired by these in-salon Stand Alone Treatment, Nº.0 is used as a primer to amplify the bond building. No.1 is meant to mitigate damage during chemical services.

Exclusive to professionals, the Olaplex No.1 Bond Multiplier is a concentrated first salon step that rebuilds broken disulphide bonds and begins the process of preventing damage and repairing hair. Mix Olaplex No.1 with your client’s chosen hair colour, lightener or toner to help prevent hair damage and keep the hair in the best condition possible. Please note that this product isn’t available as a single product and comes as part of the Salon Intro kit. 

OLAPLEX Nº.2 | (Professional Use) When lighten your client’s hair to levels never thought possible before, without compromising the integrity of the hair.

Bond Perfector No. 2 can also be used as a mini bond building treatment and as a cutting lotion.

No.2 finds more single sulfur hydrogen bonds and crosslinks them back together WITHOUT chemicals working against it. So don’t skip it

Exclusive to professionals, Olaplex No2 Bond Perfector works to rebuild and restore broken bonds, ensuring the strongest, shiniest, and healthiest hair possible. Apply to the hair at the back wash after all processing has been completed, leave for 20 minutes and rinse to get the best out of this product.

OLAPLEX Nº.3 Hair Perfector | The first at-home bond building treatment. Repairs the hair internally. The second in-salon step continues to rebuild and restore any remaining broken bonds. REMEMBER: Clients can purchase this as ongoing and aftercare.

Olaplex treated hair

The original take-home treatment is a global bestseller and the product that put Olaplex on the map. No.3 is not a conditioner, it’s an at-home treatment that reduces breakage and visibly strengthens hair, improving its look and feel. It is known to visibly reduce breakage and strengthen the hair, improving the look and feel of all hair types. Perfect to retail on to your clients, it’s advised to use it once or twice a week on damp hair, applying from roots to ends. Suitable for 

OLAPLEX Nº.4 | Bond Maintenance Shampoo maximizes cleansing by repairing the hair and increasing manageability. 

The only shampoo in the range, No.4 protects and repairs hair from everyday stresses such as damage, split ends and unwanted frizz. How? It uses Olaplex’s bond rebuilding technology to repair and cleanse while also imparting moisture, strength, and manageability with every wash. Colour safe and perfect on all hair types, the No.4 Bond Maintenance Shampoo is available to purchase in two sizes. Ideal for salon treatments and selling on to clients for at-home use, we advise you to concentrate on the roots when applying. If required, it can be used daily on your client’

OLAPLEX Nº.5 | Bond Maintenance Conditioner is a bond-building conditioner that moisturizes the hair. 

Ideally used in conjunction with No.4 Bond Maintenance Shampoo, the Olaplex No.5 Bond Maintenance Conditioner restores, repairs, and hydrates without adding excess weight to hair. The highly moisturising reparative formula eliminates damaged frizz for strong, healthy, shiny hair. Perfect on all hair types, the No.5 Bond Maintenance Conditioner is available to purchase in two sizes. Ideal for salon treatments and selling on to clients for at-home use, apply evenly to the ends of the hair. If required, it can be used daily on your client’s hair.

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OLAPLEX Nº.6 | Our answer to the perfect leave-in. Hair repair, moisture, reduced frizz for up to 72 hours and increased manageability. 

The Olaplex No.6 Bond Smoother is a highly concentrated leave-in smoothing cream, which prevents frizz and flyaways in your client’s hair for up to 72 hours. Capable of protecting all hair types, including coloured, coiled and chemically treated; this silky cream strengthens and moisturises hair while also speeding up blow dry times, resulting in hair feeling smooth and silky. Apply a tiny amount of the product into damp or dry hair, focusing on putting it on your client’s mid-length to ends. Comb your client’s hair and then style it as you wish!

OLAPLEX Nº.7 | Bonding Oil is the first oil of its kind to rebuild the hair while protecting against heat to 450ºF, protecting against UV rays, adding shine, increasing manageability, and moisturizing the hair.

The Olaplex No.7 Bonding Oil is a highly concentrated, ultra-lightweight, reparative styling oil dramatically increases shine, adds softness and strength, and enhances all hair types and textures. Ideal for clients who use heat tools daily, the No.7 Bonding Oil provides heat protection up to 450°F/230°C. And that’s not all. This golden bottle also contains UVA/UVB protection, making it perfect for the summer months. All you have to do is apply a few drops to your client’s wet or dry hair before styling. Here’s a bonus: this small bottle is perfect to sell to your clients if they need a treatment to carry around and their hair needs a quick refresh

OLAPLEX Nº.8 | Bond Intense Moisture Mask is OLAPLEX’s newest addition, an intensive moisture mask for all hair types, with bond building. 

The Olaplex No. 8 Bond Intense Moisture Mask is a multi-benefit hair mask perfect for adding moisture, body and shine to all hair types. Infused with Olaplex’s bond-building technology, this mask is scientifically proven to add four times more moisture, twice as much shine and an unbelievable 96% more body than a regular hair mask. Capable of strengthening and repairing the most fragile of your client’s hair, all you have to do is apply the mask on damp hair from the mid-lengths to ends for ten minutes, and then rinse out. Once you see this mask’s more than visible results, your client will want to skip the styling stage!

Can I use Olaplex myself at home?

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Olaplex No.3, No.4, No.5, No.6 and No.7 are available to be used at home.

Can I leave Olaplex on overnight?

Yes, you can leave Olaplex No.3 on overnight, but ensure it’s wrapped up so it doesn’t come into contact with your face or eyes.

WHAT’S A BOND?

Our hair contains millions of disulfide bonds.

These bonds give the hair its structure, strength and stability. When disulfide bonds are broken, it results in damage. 

OLAPLEX restores damaged and compromised hair by repairing from the inside out with our patented single ingredient, Bis-Aminopropyl Diglycol Dimaleate.

Once all the bonds are intact and in alignment, you have healthy, beautiful, shiny, touchable hair. 

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10 Health Benefits You Can Gain From Cassava (Jamaican Bammy)

What I did not know about Jamaican Bammy for instance it can help with weightloss and Migraines!

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What is Jamaican Bammy?

I have found myself looking back at some of the specially prepared dishes my granma and mum use to prepare to find out if there was any nutritional benefits to them or just trandition.

One of the dishes I remember was fried fish served with Bammy, I found it hard to chew but my grandad and dad seemed to enjoy it immencely.

So what is Bammy?

I found out that it is made from Cassava flour which is made from a root vegitable.

Cassava also call Manihot esculenta

Cassava or scientifically called Manihot esculenta is a type of vegetable root or tubers. Cassava is a food source that is rich in nutrients. Although there are not many devotees.

The carbohydrate content in the tuber is so high that it is third, after rice and corn. Because it has health benefits, cassava is a staple food in various developing countries.

A warning about the process

However, the wrong processing of cassava can reduce its nutritional value because vitamins, minerals, fiber, and starch tend to disappear when cooking.

Cassava in it’s raw state must be cooked properly before consumption, otherwise cassava can cause acute poisoning because of the naturally occurring cyanide content in the raw state.

If not prepared properly, tubers that are rich in carbohydrates can even cause paralysis or death.

With that said, I recommend it is better to buy the flour or flat bread instead of trying to make your own!

Nutrient content in cassava

The most effective way to maintain the health benefits of cassava and the nutritional value of cassava is to boil it.

The nutritional value of cassava for a dose of 100 grams of tuber contains 160 calories of energy, 0.3 g of fat, thiamine 0.087 mg, riboflavin 0.048 ml, niacin 0.854 mg, vitamin B6 0.088 mg, iron 0.27 mg, and zinc 0 , 34 mg

Other nutrients in cassava are as follows: 38.1g carbohydrates, 1.7g sugar, 1.8g food fiber, 1.4g protein, 60g water 27mcg folate 20.6mg vitamin C 16mg calcium 21mg magnesium 27mg phosphorus 271 potassium 14mg sodium.

10 Health Benefits Obtained

The health benefits of cassava are rich in calories, carbohydrates and iron as a good source of energy.

Incorporating cassava into a controlled healthy diet menu has turned out to have many positive effects on health. 

1. Cassava loses Your weight

Cassava which is rich in dietary fiber is the right choice if you can’t wait to lose weight.

Cassava can make you feel full for a longer period of time. Thus reducing the need to constantly snack on food so as to suppress weight gain.

2. Cassava cures migraines

The presence of vitamin B2 and riboflavin in tubers is useful for curing headaches and migraines. Eating cassava can help reduce constant migraine attacks.

The trick is to take 60 grams of roots or cassava leaves and soak them in water for 2 hours then make the juice. This will reduce the severity of your migraine.

3. Cassava improves digestive health

As mentioned above, cassava is rich in dietary fiber which is very beneficial for the body and its function.

Insoluble fiber helps in improving your digestive system by absorbing all the poisons stored in your intestine, and also by reducing inflammation in your digestive tract.

4. Cassava treats diarrhea

The antioxidant properties of the roots can help overcome flaccid stools.

If you suffer from diarrhea, boil the roots in water for one hour and consume them.

This will help to get rid of bacteria that cause stomach problems and reduce the symptoms of diarrhea as well.

5. Cassava improves vision

One of the other main benefits of cassava is that it is beneficial to your eye health.

Consumption of controlled cassava can help your body with the vitamins and minerals needed.

Filled with vitamin A content, cassava can help improve your vision, it can also prevent blindness or poor vision.

6. Cassava heals wounds

The whole cassava plant, namely the stems, leaves and roots are all useful in treating wounds.

Roots can help prevent wounds from becoming infected and speed healing.

7. Cassava cures fever

Cassava can be used to treat mild fever.

When boiled together with cassava leaves, it increases the ability to relieve fever. You can make potions from both of them and drink them to reduce your body temperature.

8. Cassava cleanses worms

Eating cassava can help relieve nematode lice in your stomach and intestines. Cassava roots help remove worms in your intestines and provide assistance.

9. Cassava increases appetite

Carbohydrates and fiber in cassava play an important role in regaining your appetite.

If you feel weak and have no appetite, maybe for emotional or physical reasons, try putting a few pieces of cassava into your menu.

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10. Cassava increases energy

Because cassava is rich in carbohydrates, edible tubers are very useful in instantly increasing your energy.

This helps improve the functioning of your brain and supplies energy.

How to cook Jamaican Bammy

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Preparation time 15m

Cooking time 15m

1 or 2 Packs of Jamaican Bammy

Jamaican Bammy is best described as a flat bread. It is traditionally eaten with Ackee and Saltfish,  Calaloo, steamed or fried fish.

There are two quick and easy ways to prepare bammy: Toasted in an oven or fried in hot oil. It’s a delicious gluten-free substitute for bread with your meal.

Instructions

1. Soaking: In a shallow dish soak 2 bammy in 1/2 cup of coconut milk or salted water. Pour half the liquid over bammy; flip bammy and pour the rest of the liquid; let stand for about 5 minutes. Note if you are using canned coconut milk dilute milk 50:50 with water

2. Toasting: Broil both sides of bammy until toasted. Cut open and spread inside with butter while still hot

3. Frying: Fry both sides of bammy in hot oil until golden brown. Cut in quarters

Great for Vegitarians

Vegetarian Recipe

• 1 packet(s) Grace Coconut Milk Powder

• 2 1/2 cup(s) water

• 2 stalk(s) escallion

• 3 clove(s) garlic

• 2 medium carrots

• 3 whole bammies

• 6 large okras

• 2 sprig(s) thyme

• 6 whole pimento berries

• 1 small green scotch bonnet pepper

• 1 packet(s) Grace Cock Soup Mix

Vegetarian Steamed Bammy Directions

• Rehydrate Grace Coconut Milk Powder with water and bring to a boil.

• Beat escallion, chop garlic, dice carrot, cut each bammy into 4 pieces and okras in halves.

• Add seasoning and carrots and steam for about 5 minutes then add bammies and okra.

• Sift in seasoning from the Grace Cock Soup Mix.

• Stir well, cover and steam for a further 10 minutes.

Where to buy online

This is what the pack looks like. There are 2 flatbreaded in each pack

Bammy (Cassava)

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50 Online Local Business Directories to list your Franchise or Business

Even Google Promotes itself!

Promoting a local business opportunity isn’t easy these days.

Whether it’s because of oversaturation or complicated search engine algorithms, it’s all too easy to feel like no one will find your business in the local or national search results.

Luckily, there’s an easy way to improve your local SEO. All you have to do is list your business in online business directories such as Yellow Pages, Manta, and more. This is called building citations, and it’s a critical piece of a local marketing strategy.

What is a business directory?

A business directory is an online list of businesses within a particular niche, location, or category. One way local businesses can get found by online searchers is through inclusion in business directories.

Why you need to get listed in multiple relevant  business directory?

Today, Google is inserting itself between consumer and local business websites much more often. For proof, you need to look no further than Google My Business, Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), featured snippets, and most importantly, local packs.

By building citations, you can make sure that you appear in these local packs when people look for businesses like yours in their area. Business directories may seem like a thing of the past, but they’re a great way to grow your presence online.

You can improve visibility by listing your local business’ NAP (Name, Address, Phone Number) on directories, online business listing sites, and citation sites. Aside from improving your local SEO, these can also improve your rankings on search engines because the listings usually link back to your site.

Make sure your company listing has the following information once you add it to a directory:

• Consistent NAP. If you add or update your business on multiple business listing sites, make sure you’re providing the same company information across each directory.

• A link to your website. Backlinks — also known as inbound links — are crucial to your company website’s Domain Rating. Consider adding a tracking link at the end of this URL as well, so you can see how much traffic your website specifically gets from the business directories that are linking to it.

• A company description. Make sure you have a detailed description of your business that reflects your organization’s mission, culture, and values.

• Multimedia. Give company searchers a visual taste of your business with a picture or video of your office, your employees, or your daily business operations.

There are plenty of location-specific and industry-specific business listing sites where you can submit your data. To start promoting your local business, however, you should start with the big sites and work your way toward the more niche directories.

First, let’s go over the top free business directories.

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Free Business Listings

• Facebook

• Apple Maps

• Google My Business

• LinkedIn Company Directory

• Bing

• Yelp

• MapQuest

• HubSpot

• Super Pages

• YellowBook.com

• Thumbtack

Online Directories for Local Businesses

• Facebook Pages (Domain Rating = 100)

• Instagram for Business (Domain Rating = 99)

• Google My Business (Domain Rating = 98)

• LinkedIn Company Directory (Domain Rating = 98)

• Apple Maps (Domain Rating = 97)

• Yelp (Domain Rating = 94)

• Bing (Domain Rating = 93)

• HubSpot’s Solutions Directory (Domain Rating = 93)

• Better Business Bureau (Domain Rating = 93)

• MapQuest (Domain Rating = 92)

• Foursquare (Domain Rating = 91)

• Yahoo! Local (Domain Rating = 91)

• Thumbtack (Domain Rating = 90)

• Yellow Pages (Domain Rating = 90)

• Angi, FKA Angie’s List ( Domain Rating = 91)

• Nextdoor (Domain Rating = 87)

• Manta (Domain Rating = 87)

• Merchant Circle (Domain Rating = 85)

• YellowBook.com (Domain Rating = 82)

• Dun & Bradstreet Business Directory (Domain Rating = 80)

• Local.com (Domain Rating = 79)

• Hotfrog (Domain Rating = 79)

• ChamberofCommerce.com (Domain Rating = 79)

• 2FindLocal (Domain Rating = 46)

• EZlocal (Domain Rating = 78)

• Brownbook.net (Domain Rating = 77)

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How to Do Butterfly Locs by Diane Shawe

Checkout my 1 minute tutorial on how to do butterfly locs that won’t unravel.

1 minute tutorial on how to install butterfly locs

Butterfly Locs are like the perfect mix of goddess locs and passion twists. The messy, bohemian style is ethereal, low maintenance, and very natural looking. For those of us that want a style that changes over time, doesn’t require much fuss to make it work, and celebrates curls and coils while still protecting our own hair, this style may be for you.

What Type of Hair to Use and How Much

Depending on how long your natural hair is and how long you want your locs to be, you may need two types of hair. If you  want locs that aren’t longer than your own hair, you’ll need need roughly 6-8 packs of some type of water wave or marley hair in 22-28 inches. This hair is curly and bouncy and that’s what will give you the characteristic loops that give Butterfly Locs their name.

Maintenance & refreshing Butterfly Locs

Keeping your style well maintained and your scalp healthy is a very important part to having a protective style. Make sure your hair is washed, deep-conditioned and well moisturised before installing the locs, and you’ll also need to do periodic maintenance with this style.

Keep leavein spray conditioner on hand to keep your scalp  moisturised. Try a non oily brand so you don’t get any flaky buildup in the hair between the fake hair.

Use mousse to keep flyaways at bay and to give your Butterfly Locs a “finished” look.

You may need to re-wrap a few locs here and there, and use some edge control on new growth.

Can you wash Butterfly Locs?

The short answer is yes, you can wash Butterfly Locs, but  most people focus on keeping their scalp clean. There are some really good dry shampoos out in the market place now that are not white powder based.

Try not to keep them in longer than 6 weeks

About us

At Need a Hair makeover hair extensions and hair loss specialist salon we can help make your dreams come true.

Accredited by the Good Salon Guide as a top Hair Extensions Artist, we recognise how important your hair is to you.

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We also work with models, actors, brides, wedding and prom hair group booking. Treat and disguising hair loss caused by medication, health issues or chemical damage.

Our makeovers can also include facials, contouring makeup, nail extensions, hair conditioning and photo.

We also have a private room for those who prefer to be treated exclusively, we take all major debit and credit cards, you can book appointments online

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Diane Shawe Celebrity Hair Extensions Specialist Wins Two Prestigious Salon Awards in The West Midlands

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Need a Hair Makeover Hair Extensions & Hair loss Specialist Salon received the ‘Best Salon for Hair Extensions’ and ‘Creative Image of the Year’ 2020′ at the Salon Awards.

Diane Shawe Signature & Celebrity Hair Extension Specialist and owner of Need a Hair Makeover Hair Extensions & Hair loss Specialist Salons was launched 4 years ago to help people with Hair Challenges by disguising thin hair, damaged hair, hereditary problems or bald patches caused by chemicals, alopecia illness or medical treatment.

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Diane has trained over 4000 students worldwide through her Hair Extensions Training Academy since 2005 and is also the author of ‘Getting Started in the Hair Extensions Business’ and ‘How hair Extensions are Sourced, treated and Graded’ Her goal was always to launch a franchise business model and made the first stages of this by and selling her first Franchise just before the Covid 19 lockdown in March 2020 and has been patiently waiting to get things back on track. 

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Diane’s initial excitement in selling her first franchise turned out to be a long drawn out waiting game but she still held out hope that both her and the franchisee would come out the other end unscathed, safe and still excited

Diane  said: “We really do consider ourselves to be not only the best Hair Extensions and Hair loss Salon in the West Midlands but one of the best business opportunity for anyone wanting to open a specialist salon with impressive returns!

She goes on further to say “Just being a finalist would have been a massive achievement, but to win two awards was amazing considering the year we have had!” about the awards she goes on further to say that “Usually, we would be invited to an awards ceremony for the announcement od the winners, but it was 2020 style – Champagne, pyjamas and Zoom!” 

Diane said “No matter who you are, your background, culture, age or gender, when you have problems with your hair, you want a non invasive quick solution to the problem, even those who just simple want a makeover for a wedding, special occasion, work or for personal reasons”

Need a Hair Makeover Hair Extension & Hair loss Specialist Salon became finalist in three categories 

a) Best Customer Experience 
b) Best Salon West Midlands and 
c)  Best Hair Extensions Salon 
and Winners in two categories’ 
a) Best Hair extension Salon and 
b) Creative Image of the Year by Diane Shawe 

They had to  submit an essay, pictures, and  videos, highlighting how their business was different to others in the county, to a panel of four judges.

“We are so proud to receive this award after months of uncertainty. Hopefully it will be one of many!”

Diane Shawe Signature & Celebrity Hair Extension Specialist and owner of Need a Hair Makeover Hair Extensions & Hair loss Specialist Salons was launched 4 years ago to help people with Hair Challenges by disguising thin hair, damaged hair, hereditary problems or bald patches caused by chemicals, alopecia illness or medical treatment.

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Specialist Salon Franchise Opportunity

Then you’ll find a massive opportunity here at Need A Hair Makeover & Hair loss Franchise!

Were we will train you, Establish your Outlet, Promote you and Support your Business Enterprise under our Brand. For many people around the world, hair loss, caused by illness, medication or stress, thin or short hair that wont grow, heat or chemically damaged hair is a major problem.

The salons specialise in disguising hair challenges with a variety of non invasive hair makeover solutions for temporary, semi permanent or long term comfort.
Diane said “No matter who you are, your background, culture, age or gender, when you have problems with your hair, you want a non invasive quick solution to the problem, even those who just simple want a makeover for a wedding, special occasion, work or for personal reasons”

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The main aims of Need a Hair Makeover & Hair loss Specialist Franchise Salons are to deliver the highest quality, the most innovative hair extensions techniques, hair loss treatments and disguises, hair care products and services to the maximum amount of people around the globe in a convenient, consistent, affordable, and enjoyable manner in our stylish salons.

The growing demand for applying bespoke high end human hair extensions and ultra high quality heat resistant synthetic hair and wigs across European Regions have created new opportunities for a new kind of specialist salons.

If your interested in investing in your own specialist salon in your region or booking a service visit our website https://www.needahairmakeoverfranchise.co.uk.

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What are the Top Behavioural Skills Needed in Todays Fluid Employment & Entrepreneurial Markets?

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article by Diane Shawe

Communication

Good communication actually consists of many different sub-skills, from appropriate patterns of body language and eye contact to the ability to write clear and accurate reports. Accurate listening and the ability to follow instructions are especially important but are often ignored or taken for granted. 

Many people simply do not pay close attention to what others communicate and fail to ask follow-up questions to understand fully. As a result, individuals act on their own inaccurate assumptions and create inefficiencies and frustrations at work. If you can really listen, your work will be a cut above many of your peers.

• Active Listening

• Oral Communication

• Written Communication

• Ability to Follow Instructions

• Investigation

• Attention to Detail

• Negotiation

• Nonverbal Communication

Goal-Setting and Planning

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• Organisational Skills

• Prioritisation

• Commitment

• Delegation

• Time Management

• Critical Thinking

• Logical Thinking

• Monitoring

• Analytical Skills

Empathy

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Being an empathetic individual comes naturally to some, but is less natural to others. Behaving with empathy is more than feeling bad for someone who’s sad, or sharing in someone else’s joy. It means being able to step into someone else’s world to understand not just what their point of view is, but also to understand why they have that point of view.

• Integrity

• Interpersonal

• Patience

• People Skills

• Emotional Intelligence

• Respect

• Teamwork

• Trust

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Here is a list of more behavioral skills. Required skills will vary based on the job for which you’re applying, so also review our list of skills listed by job and type of skill.

• Accountability

• Assertiveness

• Asking Questions

• Concentration

• Conceptual Thinking

• Conversing

• Persuasion

• Creative Thinking

• Customer Service

• Diplomacy

• Decision Making

• Flexibility

• Gathering Information

• Honesty

• Improvisation

• Initiative

• Interviewing

• Leadership

• Management

• Motivation

• Persistence

• Persuasion

• Planning

• Problem Management

• Problem Solving

• Sales

• Self-Esteem

• Self-Improvement

• Self-Management

• Strategic Planning

• Stress Management

• Tact

• Training

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Why Is My Food Getting Mouldy So Quickly? I Could Not Believe What I found Out!

Food does not seem to last long now a days. Why?

Why is my Food Growing Mould?

Article by Diane Shawe

I have been noticing that most of my food is going mouldy quicker, even in the jars!  I was curious to find out why, espcially as this is happening more and more in the fridge as well. I thought the fridge was designed to keep things cool and slow down the detiriation of our food.

I also wanted to know what mould did to the body if injected, my mind started to generate all types of conspiracy theory so I decided to do a little research based on facts.

We all grow up learning mold is gross. But is it just unpleasant, or is it actually dangerous? Isn’t it mould that makes blue cheese blue? And wasn’t penicillin first discovered in moldy bread?

Are we wasting perfectly safe food when we throw it out? Or are we gambling our health when we shrug our shoulders and eat that piece of cheese that had a dusting of white fuzz?

How does mould grow on food?

I found this bit scary because is the air we are breathing so toxic? Is that why we are getting sicker even though we are more health concious? I mean think about it, our lungs are very moist!

So back to the question: Tiny mould spores are carried in the air. When these spores land on food, they take root and grow until they produce patches of mould visible to the naked eye. Once they mature, they produce new spores and release them into the environment and the cycle continues!

What is mold on food?

Mould is a microscopic fungus, and yes—spoilers!—consuming it can be bad for our health. Like its cousin the mushroom, there are thousands of different species.

Some are safe to consume, but many produce poisonous mycotoxins that cause illness and even death. Additionally, some people are allergic to mould and need to steer clear of it. So dealing with mold on food is serious business.

Why does mould grow on food?

Mould requires three things to grow: organic matter, water and oxygen. Food provides the the first two ingredients. Exposed to air, mold has everything it needs to grow.

How long does it take for mould to grow on food?

Many factors affect the rate of growth of mould: the specific type of mould, the food it’s growing on, and the ambient temperature and humidity. Many species of mould like warmer temperatures and mould growing on fruit on your counter may develop in very few days, especially in the warm humid summer months. Other mould growing on food with less water content in the cool of a refrigerator might take several weeks.

How to handle mould on food?

Mould can grow on most types of food, but not all food is the same.

Red Flag Food

Red flag food items should be automatically discarded when mouldy. These items include most food items, particularly soft and moist foods:

  • Luncheon meats, hot dogs, bacon, etc.
  • Cooked leftover meat, poultry and fish
  • Cooked pasta and cooked grains
  • Casseroles
  • Sour cream and yoghurt
  • Soft fruits such as tomatoes, berries, cucumbers, etc.

Some other drier, harder foods fall into this category as well:

  • Nuts and legumes
  • Bread, baked goods and other highly porous items

In general, softer food with more moisture content is more prone to moulding, and can’t be safely salvaged. In addition to the mould itself, soft moist food can provide an ideal environment for dangerous bacteria to grow. For these foods, it’s important not to assume the problem is limited to the mould you see.

Throw away the mouldy food, and carefully inspect other nearby food, especially food in the same package. Do not sniff mouldy food: spores might get into your respiratory system. Wrap the spoiled items in plastic to contain the spores, and discard.

To eat or not to eat?

Moulds can grow in the fridge and will even survive freezing. They can also survive in salty, sugary and acidic environments. This is scary!

As mould on our food is so hard to avoid, here are some general guidelines from the most Food Safety and Inspection Service on responding to the problem:

Discard all of these foods if mouldy:

  • Luncheon meat, bacon, and hot dogs.
  • Yoghurt, sour cream and soft cheese.
  • Soft fruits and vegetables
  • Bread and baked goods.
  • Peanut butter, nuts and legumes.
  • Jams and jellies – but note Dr Hocking has a slightly different view for Australian jams.

These foods can be saved from mould:

  • Hard salami (the dry, aged type) – scrub mould from the surface.
  • Hard cheese – cut off at least 2.5 centimetres around and below the mould. Don’t let the knife touch the mould and recover the cheese with fresh wrap.
  • Firm fruit and veg – small mould spots can be cut off.

Cheeses made with mould

  • Blue cheese
  • Roquefort
  • Gorgonzola
  • Stilton
  • Brie
  • Camembert

The mould used in making these cheeses is safe for consumption. However, if other mold that is not part of the manufacturing process is present, these items should be discarded just like any other red flag food item. Some blue cheeses may be hard enough to be treated as a Yellow Flag item (see below for care). However, if you are unsure where to draw the line, remember: when in doubt, throw it out.

Note that while the mould that forms the blue veins inside blue cheeses is harmless when deprived of oxygen inside the cheese, the same strain of mold can form harmful mycotoxins if allowed to grow on surfaces exposed to air. Be careful of cross-contamination with these cheeses and keep them wrapped in cellophane while storing them.

Yellow Flag Food

Other foods, particularly harder and drier foods, can sometimes be kept once the mold is carefully removed. These include:

  • Hard cheese
  • Firm fruits and vegetables (cabbage, carrots, bell pepers, etc.)
  • Hard salami and dry-cured ham

If you’re going to cut away mould rather than discard the item, it’s important to remember that there is more mould present than what you can see. Below the surface, mould will have penetrated up to 2cm or more. For these food items, mould can be cut away but you should cut at least 2.5cm (1 inch) outside of and underneath any visible surface mould. Be careful to keep the knife clear of the mould to avoid contaminating the rest of the food as you cut.

Note that surface mould is a normal occurrence on certain hard salamis. In this case, scrubbing the mould off the surface is sufficient. Again, it never hurts to be cautious. When in doubt, throw it out.

Different types of food mould

Black mold on food

I did not like this bit, but if you are going to understand something, you can’t disguard the ugly sides. Well here goes.. Various strains of mould can have a black appearance. Homeowners know to watch out for black toxic moldStachybotrys chartarum, commonly found in attics.

However there are many non-toxic strains of black mould as well, including Rhizopus stolonifera, also known as black bread mould. You may encounter black mould on the rubber seals of your refrigerator or on food. While this doesn’t prove you have black toxic mould in your house, you are best to assume it may be harmful and discard the food item in question, meticulously scrub clean the refrigerator, and look for signs of black mould in your house.

Pink mould on food

Pink mouldy formations on food may not be mould at all, but rather bacteria growing. Aureobasidium and Fusarium are also two common fungi that grow with a pinkish colour.

Pink mould is most often seen on bread, dairy products and meat. Dangers of pink mold include infection of the respiratory, gastro-intestinal or urinary tracts.

White mould on food

White mould is seen on a variety of foods, from the white mould purposefully grown on the outside of certain cheeses, to fluffy white mold appearing on berries and other fruit.

Many strains of mould can appear white, and to complicate matters many coloured strains of mould may go through a phase where they appear white before developing the spores that give them their colour. Unless white mould is a purposeful part of a food’s production (e.g. brie and camembert cheese), assume it is toxic and handle affected food accordingly.

Green mould on food

Green mould is commonly found on citrus fruit and bread. Cladosporium is one particularly common species of green mould.

It can have a potent smell and be particularly irritating, particularly for people with mould allergies. This can lead to respiratory problems such as wheezing and coughing, as well as vomiting. Clodosporium mold can produce mycotoxins as well, so avoid exposure.

Orange mould on food

A variety of mould can take on an orange colour, including Fuligo septica and Aleuria aurantia. These orange moulds commonly have a slimy texture.

While they may be less dangerous than some other colours of mould, they can still cause respiratory problems, and where orange mould is present, bacteria are also likely to be found.

Furthermore, orange mould is particularly prone to growing on wood. So not only is orange mould a threat to your food, it is a threat to the wood in your house.

Red mould on food

While various strains of mould can be red, red mould on food is most commonly Neurospora. While this type of mould is typically less dangerous than other types of mould, some mycotoxin-producing moulds might appear red in certain conditions, or might be present alongside red mould. It’s therefore wisest to treat red mould on food with the same caution as other mould.

Blue mould on food

Blue mould on bread and the blue mould deliberately cultivated to make blue cheese are strains of the genus Penicillium. And yes, some species of Penicillium (but not all!) produce penicillin. Many species of Penicillium are innocuous, but some are not.

And while the blue mould in blue cheese, deprived of oxygen, is safe for consumption, that same strain of mould can produce mycotoxins when it grows on an outside surface exposed to air. So, eat that blue cheese but treat other blue mould as potentially toxic.

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Oxidation is the Enemy

Oxidation, a chain reaction that occurs in the presence of oxygen, is responsible for the deterioration of food products, including off-flavours and off-odours. This process is affected by processing, packaging and storing techniques, as well as product ingredients.

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What are Antioxidants?

Antioxidants are molecules that:

  • Significantly delay or prevent oxidation
  • Help maintain fresh appearance and colour
  • Extend shelf life

How Do They Work?

Antioxidants delay the onset of oxidation by donating hydrogen atoms to quench free radicals, forming a stable antioxidant radical that is unable to participate in propagation reactions, slowing down oxidation.

What happens if you eat mould?

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You have to be really careful

Is it dangerous to inhale mould spores from food?

Inhaling mould visible on food is risky and should be avoided. It may cause allergic reactions or problems with the respiratory tract. When mould isn’t visible, sniffing may be a useful way to detect it—e.g. smelling dishcloths. However, once you’ve spotted mould, avoid inhaling.

Can mould on food make you sick?

Mould on food can be harmful in various ways. Some people are allergic to mould and could have a potentially serious reaction. However, even if you don’t have allergies, mould can cause irritation in the respiratory, gastro-intestinal or urinary tracts. And the mycotoxins created by some moulds are poisonous carcinogens that can prove fatal.

What are health symptoms you can get by eating mould on food?

Allergic reactions to mould can include sneezing, runny or stuffy nose, coughing, postnasal drip, irritated eyes, nose and throat and dry, scaly skin. Those with asthma may experience coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath and tightness in the chest.

Those without allergies may still experience respiratory problems such as wheezing, sneezing, tightness in the chest and difficulty breathing. In more severe cases, this can lead to respiratory infection and even hypersensitivity pneumonitis.

A particular concern is ingesting mould that produces mycotoxins. Signs of mycotoxin poisoning include reduced appetite, a general feeling of malaise, acute illness or death in rare cases.

Food mould facts and questions

Which food will mould fastest?

Storage conditions will have a significant effect on how quickly a given food turns mouldy. However, all things being equal, food with a high moisture content will mould first. Thus, in the fridge, fruits such as strawberries or cucumber might get mouldy before other foods. Stored at room temperature, natural bread (with no preservatives) can get mouldy quite quickly.

Is it safe to eat fruits with mould on a peel you discard?

It may be tempting to think that for fruit with a peel, simply removing and discarding the peel may be enough to protect you. In the case of a firm fruit like a pineapple, it can indeed be treated as a “yellow flag” food, carefully cutting away the affected area.

Fruits with a softer peel like oranges or bananas should be treated as “red flag” foods and discarded—underneath the visible mould, it may have penetrated the peel to the flesh of the fruit inside. In the case of an avocado, while the skin is quite tough mold can still get underneath and infect the fruit inside. Play it safe and discard it.

What temperature kills mould spores in food?

Most moulds are killed off by temperatures of 60-70°C (140-160°F). Thus, boiling water is generally enough to kill off mould. Remember, though, that mould doesn’t just grow on the surface: heat will have to penetrate into whatever the mould is growing in to kill it. Also keep in mind that the mycotoxins produced by certain mould can survive intense heat: boiling may kill the mould but leave its poisons still intact.

How to prevent mould on food?

Mold on Food
Putting Items in the fridge is good

Of course, far better than throwing out mouldy food is avoiding having your food get moldy to begin with! Fortunately there are steps you can take to keep your food fresh and mold-free:

  • It takes one mouldy food item to get the whole basket covered in mold! This is very important rule to remember the moment you are at the market. If you are buying nonpacked items, ensure each of them is fresh. If you notice mold on any single piece, simply don’t buy it. Examine each item for bruising, softness, oxidation or signs of mould before you buy it and avoid any items that look overly ripe.
  • On the other hand, when buying pre-packed food you cannot examine every single piece, meaning that mouldy items can go unseen. In that case, ensure you checked the date and chose the one that was most recently packed. Instead of buying processed or pre-packed food, where you often don’t have control of the freshness (the story of wrong dates is not rarely heard), choose local markets and stores you can trust.
  • Once you buy your delicious food, especially fresh fruit and veggies, it is important to keep it covered until you’re ready to eat it to minimize the risk of cross-contamination with bacteria, mold, dust and debris from the environment. Use plastic wrap to cover foods you want to keep for longest, such as fresh fruits, vegetables, salads and cheese.
  • Rinse the contents of canned goods under water and store them in your fridge in tightly sealed plastic or glass containers. Refrigerate leftovers and use them within four days.
  • Consume early to avoid mold. The first step you can take to prevent food going bad is to eat it before mould has time to take hold. Especially for moisture-rich and porous food like fruits and breads, buy in smaller quantities so you can consume it within a just a few days.
  • Keep food cold: the cooler the better. Keep food, especially soft moist food like fruit, in the refrigerator rather than at room temperature. Only take it out while you’re using it—under two hours. To keep food mould-free for longer periods, store it in the freezer rather than the fridge.
  • Use heat to kill mold. High acid foods such as fruits, jams and jellies can be made safe to preserve through heat treatment. A boiling water bath is a common practice to prepare them for a long shelf-life. The amount of time required for a water bath will vary depending on what and how much you’re canning, so be sure to adapt your method to the specific food you’re treating.
  • Keep kitchen tools and surfaces clean. Mould may thrive on food, but it can be found anywhere. The less mould in your kitchen, the less your food will get exposed. Clean your refrigerator and other kitchen surfaces with a mixture of 5ml of baking powder to 1L of water. Watch out for black-coloured mold on your fridge’s rubber seals and scrub carefully to clean it out.
  • Keep your dishcloths, tea towels, sponges, mops and other kitchen tools clean. Give them the sniff test: if they smell musty, they may be harbouring mould. Any item that you can’t get clean and fresh-smelling, discard and replace.

Mould proofing kitchen and cleaning tips

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Since food is stored in the kitchen (most of the times), keeping your kitchen clean and well-aired will also have a big impact on your food’s life. For example, mould will develop anywhere where there is a leak, and if you are storing food close to that it can easily transfer from a corner and attack your favorite otherwise fresh food.

In order to prevent mould on food you will have to work on overall kitchen mould prevention. In most cases it includes either ensuring there is enough fresh air or regular cleaning. Here are a few tips that can help you prevent mold in the kitchen.

  • As said above – mould can grow in the fridge and, thus, it is important to keep the inside of the refrigerator clean. We suggest cleaning it every few months with one tablespoon of baking soda dissolved in a quart of water. Rinse with clean water and dry thoroughly before storing food again.
  • Ensure your food is still fresh by checking it every day or two. Toss away anything that has a sign of mould or that started rotting away.
  • Replace sponges at least once a week and always use clean dish clothes and towels. If you notice a musty smell coming from a sponge or towel, replace it immediately.
  • Wash the dishes at least once a day. Don’t leave food leftovers in your sink behind you once you are done with the meal. Throw them away immediately. If you are in a rush, keep your dishes under water to prevent food stains from hardening until you can wash them properly.
  • Mould can be found in dishwasher and garbage disposals. It can be the reason behind the odors, thus keeping it clean should be your priority. At least once a week pour baking soda, salt and vinegar (or lemon) own the sink and leave it for 10 minutes. You can add lemon or orange peels and even essential oils to give it a nice smell. After that all you have to do is pour boiled water to wash it up and your disposal and sink will be clean, mould-free and refreshed.
  • Kitchen tools, especially wooden ones should be washed and well dried before set aside, because wood is one of the favourite food for mould. All you have to do is simply wash them after you used them and leave them to dry well somewhere where it is not wet and it has enough fresh air and light. (for example if you are done with cooking and your stove is still warm, you can put it next to it to dry.
  • Don’t forget about unused kitchen appliances. They are often sealed and if not well dried, mould can form due to water evaporation inside. The best way to prevent mold from developing inside is to ensure it is well dried before storing and, if there is a possibility, keep it open.
  • And last but not least, make sure that the relative humidity in your home is between 30% and 50%, especially in the warmer months, when mold is known to flourish. The easiest thing you can do to control the humidity level is to keep your windows open as often as possible. If that is not possible your next steps should bes either air vents or even a dehumidifier.

Conclusion

As with mould in general, there are many strains of mould that can be found on food. While some are innocuous, many are not. While mould that’s purposefully introduced into certain cheeses can be safe, always treat other mould on food as a dangerous substance. Treat “yellow flag” foods with caution and for “red flag” foods, play it safe and discard it.

And remember, the same concerns about mould allergies and mould toxicity that applies to food mould also applies to other mould in your house. Keep watch for mould in your kitchen and whole house, and if you detect signs of mould, get informed as to the steps needed to eradicate it safely.

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Review On The long awaited sequel Coming 2 America has a Shocking Revelation for the New King (Eddie Murphy) of Zamunda

Well we all found out at the same time that he has a Son living in Queens! How and when did that happen?

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We all loved the original story line in Coming to America when a young Prince from Zumunda Africa crossed the seas to Queens USA to find his true Love, Wife and future Queen.

It was lovely to see most of the original characters like James Earl Jones the King and new ones like Wesley Snipes as General Izzi, funny, intimidating with an over done swagger, Morgan Freeman, En Vogue to Gladys Knight.

Almost distinct to the sequel Coming 2 America we were able to see a lot more of Zamunda, the richness of the costumes, ornate jewellery and the mixed media of metals, shells, furs and silk unconventional placed throughout the movie. Even the royal announcer was back with his strained singing and you could almost smell the rose petals.

The film had a very distinct feel to the original unique masterpieces the back story plot worked almost effortlessly in todays timeline with a flashback clearing up the mystery of this Prince.

The Sequel movie had lots of mixed reviews, this is natural as viewers had 30 years to totally fall in love with the love story a bit like ‘Pretty Women’, no one wants to see a sequel to the Happy Ever After fairy-tale. It’s hard not to compare the two after a 30 years gap!

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Your Guided Meditation Will Be More Successful if You Can Visualise In British Pounds Here’s Why

Guided meditation and affirmations with visualised images are very popular on Youtube.

Visualising in British Pounds will help Your Manifestation

Visualisation activates the creative powers of the subconscious mind, motivating it to work harder at creating solutions. If done correctly some people have noticed new levels of motivation and find themselves doing things that normally they would avoid, but that will take them closer to success.

Visualisation and affirmations can help you to change your beliefsassumptions, and opinions about the most important person in your life — YOU! They allow you to harness the 18 billion brain cells in your brain and get them all working in a singular and purposeful direction.

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Your subconscious will become engaged in a process that transforms you forever. This happens intensionally or unintensionally because the subconcious mind absorbs everything every waking and sleeping moments of your life.

The process is invisible and doesn’t take a long time. this is why it is important to put in the time to visualise and affirm by practicing your techniques, surround yourself with positive people, read uplifting books and listen to audio programs that flood your mind with positive, life-affirming messages.

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Negative Thinking is the Enemy

It is no secret that negative thinking is part of almost everyone’s life.

For some reason, it seems it is easier to think negative thoughts, than to think positive thoughts. The mind and emotions are vast, it is true that people are not taught to think expecially at school, so people tend to flip flop between thoughts and emotions.

Unpleasant situations, problems and difficulties arise in everyone’s lives, and these events cause negative thinking.

Often, people are not very much aware of the thoughts they are thinking, and therefore, get easily immersed with negative thoughts and negative moods when listening to the news or to people talking about their problems.  There is also a tendancy to gossip and gossip is almosy always negative.

It would be a good strategy to avoid negative discussion which can contribute to negative thinking though, in many cases, it is easier said than done.

So for instance when you decide to start some guided meditation there is often 3 choices. a) music only b) verbal affirmations c) visual/images (There is an agruement for silent meditation but this is not guided but may be personally accomplished privately or in a group)

a) Music:  Often people will select a piece of music that either calms them, inspire or motivates them. If the music you come across grates on your nerves then it is unlikely that you will consider listening to it.

b) Verbal Affirmations: Words Matter and if the words you are hearing sound unbelievable then your subconcious mind and your inner self talk will start a negative debate about what you are listening too.  So it is important that the verbal affirmation you select empowers your inner self, does not cause resistance or sounds unachievable.

c) Visual Images: Most of you would have heard the term ‘Create a vision board’ the purpose being to solidify the visual image into your subconcious mind everyday reinforcing your desires, dream or wish to come true. There are lots of Guided meditation videos on Youtube and the stats show that a high percentage of guided money meditations are listened to each day around the world.

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However if you are british or european and your watching a guided money  meditation in dollars there is instantly a conflict because the image does not fit your currency reality.

You will succeed in neutralising your efforts if you think  positively about your goal for a few minutes, and have doubts or think about them negatively the rest of the day. So it is important to match your money mantra meditation with the currency you predominatly use every day, otherwise this is poor investment of your time, and is one of the main reasons why you are not getting results.

Meaningful Guided Meditation

Guided Meditation, Visualisation and Miracle Tones stimulate positivity which  are essential components to focusing your intentions in a quiet moment to bring about change, bring you clients, bring you business, cashflow and business growth.

No matter your business, startup, not for profit, online business or charity, taking time out to clear your mind and focus on what you want to achieve with a clear vision can be very enlightening.

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