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Halle Berry reveals the tools she uses to deal with life challenges, raising children, career and more.

The first time you meet Berry,  you feel the presence of a powerful, wise and intuitive woman. Mother, Oscar winner, Actress, Entrepreneur Halle Berry has her hands full.

This born leader has faced her challenges head on. From class president in high school to Bond Girl and now a mother of two young children.

Berry describes being a mother as the most important job and raising her children leading by example is key.

“I am mindful of what I say to my children but I am more mindful of how I live my life, what they see me do. If I want them to be kind, I have to show them kindness…if I want them to be smart I have to show them I am continuing to learn every day…”

Patience is the greatest lesson she has learned from her children…


Berry just finished a project called KINGS. (hence the curly movie hair). The movie revolves around a South Central LA foster family during the time of the Rodney King trial. Written and directed by a young woman Deniz Gamze Ergüven.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-4189060/Daniel-Craig-Halle-Berry-film-LA-riots-drama-Kings.html#ixzz4ZvkHt71F


Halle Berry shared a sultry Instagram video shortly after the Oscars on Sunday night. “After a long award show a girl can’t wait to take it off,” Berry captioned the video that gives viewers a brief glimpse of her naked body diving into a pool.

Wearing her pink ombré Atelier Versace gown, the actress sauntered toward a swimming pool while disrobing to the musical stylings of Bruno Mars and his particularly appropriate song, “Versace on the Floor.”

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However, it’s worth noting that it’s daylight in the video, prompting many to think that Berry pre-recorded the video and shared after the awards show ended Berry presented the Academy Award for Best Director, won by Damien Chazelle for “La La Land.”

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Berry presented the Academy Award for Best Director, won by Damien Chazelle for “La La Land.” Watch the video.

Berry wasn’t born into a life of privilege. As a biracial girl raised by a single mother and who attended a nearly all-white school, Berry knew her share of teasing, bullying and difficulty. But she has learned lessons along the way that have empowered her to rise above the odds and become the woman she is today.

Berry was the keynote speaker at the City Gala, an event that’s all about entrepreneurship and creating a brighter future through charity. She spoke about how she overcame some of these early challenges and continues to learn from life’s lessons.

Here are three things that have helped Berry achieve success despite the odds.

Success, defined by Berry, is where opportunity and passion meet. “I try to figure out what opportunities I have and what I’m good at,” she said. When you are able to combine your opportunities with your passions, then you are living a purpose-filled life.

For Berry, purpose comes in the form of service. She said has found great satisfaction raising money for the Jenesse Center, a domestic violence intervention program. Domestic violence, she said, is still taboo and misunderstood. But it touches all walks of life and affects women in every demographic. “It’s my life’s work getting women to talk about it,” she said.

Berry’s mother worked tirelessly for her children, so Berry grew up as a self-described “latchkey kid.” Her fifth-grade teacher, Yvonne Sims, noticed Berry and took special interest in her. “She filled me with worth and value,” said Berry, who has remained close to Sims for 40 years. Today, she is the godmother of Berry’s children.

Berry, in turn, has taken mentorship seriously and has mentored several young people herself. “I’ve always known how important that is,” she said.

During her keynote, Berry candidly opened up about her mistakes in marriage, in light of her recent divorce to Oliver Martinez. She said, “Everybody, especially women, go into marriage thinking it’s going to last forever. …So when it falls apart, it feels like a huge failure.”

Read more…entrepreneur.com


BEVERLY HILLS, CA – FEBRUARY 26: Actress Halle Berry arrives at the 2017 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Graydon Carter at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 26, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Gregg DeGuire/Getty Images)



Credit courtesy: LA City Gala, Getty Images, Entrepreneur.com

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