For Women’s History Month, this year, I decided to focus on ways in which everyday women can make history for themselves. So I will be sharing with you and on social media, different quotes by women of color, powerful women of color, and my take on what that quote means to me and how it applied to my life.
Just thinking about this… if you only knew the many “failures” I’ve had, you would ask the same question my Metaphysician asked me when I appeared on her doorstep many years ago, and that question was…
“How on EARTH are you still standing!?!?!”
Today’s quote is…
“You will be wounded many times in your life. You’ll make mistakes. Some people will call themselves failures, but I have learned that failure is really God’s way of saying excuse me, you’re moving in the wrong direction. It’s just an experience, just an experience.”
And that quote is by Oprah Winfrey. So tune into the episode as I share with you what that quote means to me and how you can apply it in your life.
See you inside…
What You Learn:
How I’m choosing to celebrate Women’s History Month this year
A quote that really inspired me, and how it can inspire you as well
How to reframe your thinking around your bad experiences, and how they can shape you for the better
The best way to reach out to me for support – I’m here for you, Sis!
As an Executive Coach for Women, Professional Speaker, Corporate Metaphysician™, Author of The 5 Phases of Dating – The Grown-Ass Woman’s Guide to Attracting and Maintaining Authentic Relationships, and the Creator of The Happy Executive Woman™…
Anita teaches women of color how to heal from past relationships and corporate trauma, increase their confidence and improve their leadership skills.
She is a board member of the Women Impact Network and Women In Technology, where she focuses on coordinating and creating professional development training for the members.
Anita also coaches White allies on how to ACTivate Your Privilege!™ and is hired to speak and train as The Corporate Metaphysician™ at organizations willing to begin reversing corporate America’s trauma by taking an honest look at their “unconscious DEI efforts,” all using practical and metaphysical concepts.
Upcoming Speaking Engagements:
Keynote Speaker; Conscious Transformative vs. Performative DEI Programs and How They Impact Your Employees