In "Mind Your Business with Mahisha", Curls Founder Mahisha Dellinger Helps Entrepreneurs take their Small Businesses to the Next Level

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08 August 2018
Mind Your Business with Mahisha
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"Mind Your Business with Mahisha"
Premieres Saturday, August 11 at 10 PM ET/PT
on OWN: Opah Winfrey Network
          Powerhouse business owner Mahisha Dellinger turned a creative idea into the multi-million-dollar hair company Curls, a family of organic hair care products targeted for women embracing their natural textures. Now, in “Mind Your Business with Mahisha,” she is taking on a whole new challenge: helping other female entrepreneurs live out their dreams and take their small businesses to greater heights.
        In each standalone episode, Mahisha meets with entrepreneurs and guides them with inspiration and a little bit of tough love. She tests their passion and determination while demanding that they give it their all – just like she did – in order to reach their goals.

         In the premiere episode, "Up in Smoke at My Father's BBQ," stagnant sales at a family BBQ restaurant are coupled with some staff that drinks on the job, fights in the parking lot and steals from the owners. Mahisha Dellinger, CEO and Founder of Curls, is ready for the challenge to help fix the struggling business but not without serving some employees their walking papers before she’s finished.
         On the August 18 episode, "Bad Girl of 800 West," reality star Mehgan James (“Bad Girls Club”) started 800 West clothing line to redeem her bad girl reputation and find fame through fortune. However, after failing to pay back her vendors and piling up debt, Mehgan’s partner and lead designer has had enough, leaving Mahisha Dellinger, CEO and Founder of Curls, to help fix the struggling business and pick up the pieces. 
Mind Your Business
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          Then on the August 25 episode, "Something's Afoot at Footnanny," appearing on Oprah’s Favorite Things list for four years straight should have turned Gloria Williams, Founder and CEO of Footnanny, a line of pedicure products, into a nationwide powerhouse, but the overwhelming demand has challenged her business. Mahisha Dellinger, CEO and Founder of Curls, offers solutions to help get Gloria’s business on the right track.
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