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Transformational business consultant and indigenous author Dr. Anita Sanchez says it’s time to put down our smart phones and truly connect with each other. “We do not need more information,” she says. “What we’re hurting for is wisdom.” Anita shares the wisdom of the Elders in her bestselling book, “The Four Sacred Gifts: Indigenous Wisdom for Modern Times.”
Does your company culture feel stuck and uninspired? Are working relationships strained? Is productivity less than ideal? Author and transformational business consultant Dr. Anita Sanchez invites companies to imagine what it would look like if everything were great. This process of “dreaming” can create just the shift your business needs to succeed.
The gift of unity supports our ability to be in right relation and connection with all beings. Unity means oneness; everything is connected to everything else. When we work with any one part of the circle, the whole circle is affected. Transformational leadership consultant and author Dr. Anita Sanchez shares the wisdom of the world’s Elders from her book, “The Four Sacred Gifts.”
Native Americans are only about 2% of the total population of the United States, but that 2% holds wisdom about how to survive genocide, how to survive your land being taken and how to survive institutions that are in place to hold you down. Theirs is a story of resilience in the face of overwhelming adversity. Aztec Mexican-American author and speaker Dr. Anita Sanchez talks about changing the Native American story to one of empowerment and connection.
Author and leadership consultant Dr. Anita Sanchez shares the four basic elements of healing that can be used in any situation: listening, supportive relationships, unconditional love and committing to change/positive action.
In her book “The Four Sacred Gifts,” Dr. Anita Sanchez shares the call from the Elders to receive the gift of forgiving the unforgivable. Through indigenous wisdom and her own experience of trauma, Anita offers all of us the opportunity to be free of the past and fully embrace the lives we have been given.
When we allow ourselves to be quiet enough to listen to the wisdom in our lives, from Elders and from within, we give ourselves the opportunity to experience transformation. Aztec Mexican-American author and coach Dr. Anita Sanchez shares tools and tips from her book, “The Four Sacred Gifts.”
When it comes to gender inequality or the treatment of LGBTQ people in the workplace, many executives have spoken out on these issues. However as the Black Lives Matter movement formed in response to a national string of killings of unarmed black people, the silence from American businesses was deafening. Transformational business consultant Dr. Anita Sanchez talks about the importance of recognizing our connection and not staying silent as well as offering tips for how to create an inclusive workplace.
Aztec Mexican-American author Dr. Anita Sanchez describes forgiveness as “an empowering act of spiritual alchemy, a powerful medicine transforming the hurt into a source of deeper compassion and relationship with oneself and others in the hoop of life.” She shares tips for how to receive the gift of forgiveness from her book, “The Four Sacred Gifts.”
As an individual, how can each of us take steps to create more unity in our lives? Aztec Mexican-American author and transformational leadership consultant Dr. Anita Sanchez offers tips from her book, “The Four Sacred Gifts.”
In the Amazon rainforest, the indigenous people draw directly on nature for healing. They draw on the plants, water, and minerals that surround them to cure wounds, fevers, and disease. As Aztec Mexican-American author Dr. Anita Sanchez shares in her book, “The healing process reflects indigenous belief that life is interconnected and everything needed is available within and around us to heal injuries on the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels.”
Author and indigenous thought leader Dr. Anita Sanchez helps us to understand what hope is and how it can transform our lives. “When we open to hope, it is possible to release the pressure and desire to know everything, the need to think we are in control.”