“Anxiety is one of the fastest emotions, but calm a second.”
When you look around your community, town, city, state, and country, you will see people acting as if they are separate and alone. As our thoughts and minds fill to bursting with more reasons to separate from perceived otherness all around us in life, at home, and at work, it is essential to remember who we are and where we all came from. Dr. Anita L. Sanchez, a transformational leader, and a corporate consultant joins Jason Marc Campbell in this episode to bring the message of hope and connectedness through indigenous wisdom that can guide us to inhabit the most whole and healthiest lives possible.
Anita L. Sanchez is an international consultant, trainer, speaker, and coach, focusing on positive transformational change, organization development, diversity, inclusion, and engagement. She is a member of the Transformational Leadership Council with luminaries such as Jack Canfield, Marianne Williamson, and John Gray and a member of the Association of Transformational Leaders and the Evolutionary Business Council. Anita also serves on the Boards of the Bioneers organization and the Pachamama Alliance, for whom she leads an annual journey to dream culture tribes deep in the Amazon rainforest. Her most recent book is The Four Sacred Gifts: Indigenous Wisdom for Modern Times, recipient of three "Best" awards from the International Latino Book Awards in 2019.
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