Manifesting, Mindset & Magic with Anita Garza

Manifesting, Mindset & Magic with Anita Garza

Manifesting, Mindset & Magic with Anita Garza

Anita Garza was Born in Africa and raised in Germany. She’s also a mom of two kids that ran her life for the most part. She is a Channel, a Healer, a Mentor and Leader and calls herself an “Improvement” Psychic, who does not just read the potential for your future, but also helps you to get there as well as an Energy Coach. She uses her Gifts to help her Clients create the most aligned flow with their own Infinite Intelligence, so they get to shine to the fullest in their Zone of Genius. In today’s episode, Anita and Monique are talking about her Message about Acceptance and Unsubscribing from what you know to lead with Powerful Intention. She doesn't just tell you about your Potential. She'll show you how to reach it.

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[1:06] – Monique introduces her guest, Anita Garza.

 

[1:42] – Please tell us a little bit about yourself. Your name, where you’re from and what you do.

  • I’m Anita and I live in Texas right now and I call myself an “Improvement” Psychic.

 

[2:33] – If you know about the future and tell us how to get there, what’s going up for the rest of the year?

  • I simply don’t get anything.

 

[4:51] – What do you usually say to people what they could do in “here and now” to go with change and accept it and maybe to grow with it?

  • Accepting that things aren’t going to change.
  • Start with accepting the way that you are feeling about the change.

 

[5:55] – When did you figure out in your life for the first time that you had these “psychic abilities”?

  • I believe I have always had it all my life and my family.

 

[14:26] – How was it to grow up in Bavaria, especially as a black family, not having many connections around with people?

  • I had a good childhood.
  • It’s just that people who were outside of my family or outside of the village, are just ignorants.

 

[15:45] – Is there a way to compare racism in Germany to racism in America?

  • In Germany, it was just ignorance of racism.
  • In America it’s violent racism.

 

[26:45] – Anita talks about moving to Alaska together with her ex-husband.

 

[34:24] –  Tell me a little bit about what you do with this human design?

  • I really help people with understanding their energy.

 

[51:06] – What do you do to get back in your power?

  • Absolutely nothing. 
  • One thing I don’t do is give myself a hard time.

 

[52:18]  – Why do you think many people give themselves a hard time and not listen to what they need?

  • Programming of the society.

 

[1:02:05] –  What does efficiency mean to you?

  • I am most efficient when I’m most connected.

 

[1:02:38] – Which of the three things would you keep doing over and over again to get back to success?

  • Learning to accept myself.
  • Trusting myself.
  • Really connecting and always recognizing the magic in me. 

    IMPACTFUL QUOTES OF THIS EPISODE

    One thing I don’t do is give myself a hard time at all.

    Anita Garza

    The more magic I see in myself, the more magic I see in other people.

    Anita Garza

    I am most efficient when I’m most connected.

    Anita Garza

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    Trauma, Trust & Triumph with Sharitta Marshall

    Trauma, Trust & Triumph with Sharitta Marshall

    Trauma, Trust & Triumph with Sharitta Marshall

    Sharitta Marshall whose mission is to create lives filled with more love, laughter, and growth grew up in Detroit, MI before moving to Washington DC to attend Howard University for her undergraduate studies. She started her postgraduate career in New Jersey before moving back to MI to conclude her manufacturing career. In 2009, she moved to Arizona to obtain her postgraduate degree in Arizona State University, where she began working in the software industry. In today's episode, Monique talks with Sharitta as she talks about her journey through pain, peace, purpose and pleasure. We will also be sharing with you the unfailing willingness to continue believing in yourself.

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    [1:50] – Monique introduces her guest, Sharitta Marshall.

     

    [2:08] – Tell everyone who you are, what you do and where you’re hanging out right now.

    • I am the author of my upcoming book, “My Mosaic Life” and also owner of the wellness product company called “Her Divine Alchemy”.
    • I’m currently hanging out in Tempe, Arizona, so I’ll be here for a while, depending on how 2020 goes.

    [3:27] – How did you grow up?

    • I grew up around my cousin, my grandmother, my aunt.
    • I grew up in the middle class.
    • My parents were divorced.

     

    [10:17] – Sharitta talks about going through an extensive-feeling journey, which also brought her to writing her book.

     

    [13:39] – What kind of trauma caused the pain? 

    •  One that I was talking about in our group was the sexual trauma.

     

    [17:21] – Sharitta talks about acknowledging the pain from trauma while people did not believe her.

    [23:41] – How often do you think women do things in a relationship to make the men happy without actually wanting it? But them not being really aware that we don’t really want it?

    • I think women are programmed from a young age that it is all about pleasing a man. It’s all about making sure his needs, desires and wants are fulfilled. 

    [31:45] – What usually triggers the trauma?

    • Having conversation with other women that have gone through sexual traumas is typically a trigger.

    [33:34] – Why do you need to work on these triggers?

    • I worked on the triggers because I needed to understand what they were based in.

    [49:24] – Who do you think should be reading your book?

    • Particularly black women or any women of color that have ever felt like they are unseen and unheard, that’s my audience.

    [52:47] – If you could go back in time, would you change anything?

    • I would love myself and be gentle with myself a hell lot more than I did, I won’t  say I wouldn’t make the same mistakes, but I would have loved myself a lot better through them.

    [53:26] – What does efficiency mean to you?

    • Efficiency means to really prioritize. 

    [54:07] – Which of the three things would you keep doing over and over again to get back to success?

    • I would have found a way to invest in Google
    • My family would have gone in together as a company and purchased some land that right now is making a killing.
    • I would have made my mom take a lot more vacations in her life before she died.

    IMPACTFUL QUOTES OF THIS EPISODE

    I think women are programmed from a young age that it is all about pleasing a man. It’s all about making sure his needs, desires and wants are fulfilled.

    Sharitta Marshall.

    Efficiency means to really prioritize.

    Sharitta Marshall.

    If you want me the way that I show up in a relationship, then that’s something that you have to have worked out, it’s not negotiable.

    Sharitta Marshall.

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    Depression, Determination & Drive with Nathanael Zurbruegg

    Depression, Determination & Drive with Nathanael Zurbruegg

    Depression, Determination & Drive with Nathanael Zurbruegg

    Nathanael went from having an incurable chronic illness with a medical prognosis along the lines of ‘He shouldn’t be able to walk, talk, amount to anything and be dead six times by now’ to becoming an entrepreneur, global inspirational speaker and victorious mindset mentor. HIs own story made him realise that anyone can live efficiently no matter the limitations, struggles and setbacks. After 4,500 life-saving treatments, 40 surgeries, 80% hearing loss, depression and burnout, life can be lived efficiently by creating a victorious mindset. In today’s episode, Nathanael and Monique are talking about a guy who loves life despite suffering 30 years from an incurable, chronic illness, called Haemolytic Uraemic Syndrome (aHUS) that led to full kidney damage early on in his life. Despite uncountable health issues, psychological meltdowns, emotional breakdowns and hitting the graveyard almost 6 times, he turned around to live life as any other healthy person does!

    HOT TOPICS OF THE EPISODE

    [1:16] – Monique introduces her guest, Nathanael Zurbruegg.

     

    [1:39] – Tell everyone who you are, where you are and what you do.

    • I’m an inspirational speaker and victorious mentor.
    • I grew up on a big mountain in Switzerland.

     

    [2:19] – How do you define victorious mindset?

    • It’s all about seeing the victory in everything, in everyone and keeping moving.

     

    [3:32] – When was the point that you needed to start to develop your own victorious mindset in your life?

    • When I was seven years old.
    • That was the time when I had my second kidney transplant.

     

    [14:28] – After the second kidney transplant at age seven, you had these for two and a half years, was it the first time for you to go to kindergarten or school?

    • I actually started kindergarten shortly after I got a transplant.

     

    [18:33] – Have they been bullying you in school?

    • I was never bullied.

     

    [21:05] – Nathanael talks about what happened when his kidney got destroyed again.

     

    [29:48] – What were your friends doing in these times, did they visit you? Did you allow them to visit you?

    • Absolutely not.
    • I actually wanted to be on my own.

     

    [38:16] –  Let’s talk a little bit about the time where you finally got out of everything, a little bit happier, you got a little bit more stable in your life. When was that?

    • When I was 10 years old. And I just kept going, going to school.

     

    [46:22] – What is your favorite exercise to do for yourself?

    • So mostly in the morning, what I usually do is five minutes of being grateful, five minutes asking for what I need. 

     

    [48:42] – What does efficiency mean to you?

    • Staying on track of not giving up, developing a routine that you would like to do.

     

    [50:09] – Which of the three things would you keep doing over and over again to get back to success?

    • Being grateful and being content in everything.
    • Developing the positivity of looking at the positive things in life and not looking at the things that don’t exist.
    • Developing a mindset of looking at the big picture.

      IMPACTFUL QUOTES OF THIS EPISODE

      Always stay on track of not giving up and developing a routine that you would like to do.

      Nathanael Zurbruegg

      I realized that nothing at a certain point in life that you can’t do it by yourself anymore, or nobody can help you, so you need someone that is way above you.

      Nathanael Zurbruegg

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      Perfectionism, Personality & Pride with Falyn Satterfield

      Perfectionism, Personality & Pride with Falyn Satterfield

      Perfectionism, Personality & Pride with Falyn Satterfield

      Falyn Satterfield is a mystical Brand, Content, & Marketing strategist. Specifically, she works with highly ambitious, impact-driven, conscious service-based entrepreneurs to design an authentic, influential, and profitable brand position, marketing message, & content so that they can stand out online, enhance their divine impact, build conscious influence in their industry, and consistently + increasingly monetize their genius using Facebook and Instagram. In today’s episode Falyn and Monique are talking about how Falyn chose to become independent when she was 17. Later she dropped out of college and is now running her own business. The way she teaches marketing is based on a higher level of consciousness so you can attract your ideal clients.

      HOT TOPICS OF THE EPISODE

      [1:50] – Monique introduces her guest, Falyn Satterfield.

       

      [1:59] – Please introduce yourself and tell us: who you are, what you do and where you are located?

      • My name is Falyn Satterfield.
      • I’m a brand content marketing and influencer strategist.
      • I run my own online business. I work with service-based conscious entrepreneurs to build a standout brand position in their industry. We also create content that is authentic, influential, and profitable.

       

      [2:55] –  What is this conscious marketing branding that you’re talking about? How does it work?

      • Conscious marketing is a term that I have really culminated in the online space and brought a lot of awareness to.

       

      [5:33] – How did you get to see that there’s something going wrong in the marketing industry?

      • It was kind of the same thing as being in the industry and then seeing all of this copy and pasted model of verbiage regurgitated value like no uniqueness whatsoever.

       

      [8:22] – Where did you grow up? And also: how was the whole experience of growing up for you and how did it influence you on how you do marketing right now?

      • I’m originally from Indianapolis, Indiana.
      • My parents were divorced before I even turned one year old.
      • I guess you could say my childhood was super unstable. I had a lot of issues with my parents.

       

      [30:33] – When did you come out to your mom and she started treating you badly?

      • It wasn’t that I even got the chance to come out. She had gone through my phone.
      • She found out on her own by invading my privacy.

       

      [42:45] – What do you think is the most empowering thing for you about having your business?

      • The most empowering thing about having my business is definitely the ability to be fully expressed. And to express my creative freedom.
      • I found that using my voice is actually really healing for me.

       

      [44:36] – What do you do about backlash coming in for real?

      • The people who are doing that are very unconscious to their own privilege.
      • Sharing awareness and speaking out, using your voice is important, but when it comes to the backlash, it’s literally not useful to respond and argue with them.

       

      [51:39] –  What does efficiency mean to you?

      • It means being able to do things quickly in the easiest and simplest way.

       

      [52:01] – Which three things would you keep doing, again and again, to get back to success?

      • Live streams 
      • Consistent content creation 
      • Energy and mindset work.

        IMPACTFUL QUOTES OF THIS EPISODE

        I found that using my voice is actually really healing for me.

        Falyn Satterfield

        Sharing awareness, speaking out and using your voice is important.

        Falyn Satterfield

        Efficiency means being able to do things quickly and the easiest and simplest way.

        Falyn Satterfield

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        Values, Validation & Vulnerability with Cody Jefferson

        Values, Validation & Vulnerability with Cody Jefferson

        Values, Validation & Vulnerability with Cody Jefferson

        Recognized as one of the country's leading personal and professional coaches by several major publications, Cody has been walking alongside thousands of entrepreneurs, leaders, and professionals on the subjects of personal ownership and development, communication, leadership, and marketing/branding for nearly 2 decades.Cody is the founder and CEO of Embrace The Lion, and the creator of LION Method, the #1 Group Coaching Program for High-Achieving Men and Women looking to adopt the right support, belief, habits, and community to create success in their lives and businesses.In today’s episode, Cody and Monique are talking about how important it is to have really great mentors throughout your life, what it means to be vulnerable and how it can help shift your perspective in your business and life.

        HOT TOPICS OF THE EPISODE

        [01:42] – Monique introduces her guest, Cody Jefferson.

         

        [01:56] – Who are you and what are you doing?

        • My name is Cody Jefferson.
        • For the past nearly 20 years, I have helped individuals, organizations tell better stories. 

         

        [03:09] – Walk me a little bit through how you actually got into storytelling?

        • When I was 18, I got involved with a church here locally and started working for the church and that ended up being a 13-year career and all telling stories and recognizing that everyone has a story. They’re just waiting for someone to listen.

         

        [12:38] – What was your approach to thinking that there’s nothing out there that helps you? How did you use what you’ve learned from your grandfather, to go through all of what just happened to you?

        • I’ve been really fortunate to have some really great mentors throughout my entire life, and really powerful men and women who are extraordinary individuals who pour into me, and they’ve been very fortunate for that. 

         

        [25:43] – Cody explains two types of leaders.

         

        [41:26] – When you left the church as a pastor, did you also leave your beliefs behind?

        • When I stepped out of the church and I step away from my faith.
        • I had a lot of questions.

         

        [49:23] – What would you wish people would have asked you more?

        • I would say stop asking so many questions, start moving towards that which you desire with what you have in your hands and what you have in your head and what you have in your heart.

         

        [52:36] – What does efficiency mean to you?

        • Efficiency means being responsible with the vision.

         

        [53:56] – Which of the three things would you do over and over again, to get to success if you have to start out over?

        • Feeding my mind.
        • Feeding my body.
        • Feeding my relationships.

          IMPACTFUL QUOTES OF THIS EPISODE

          Everyone has a story. They’re just waiting for someone to listen.

          Cody Jefferson

          I am not what I think I am, and I am not what you think I am. I am what I think you think I am.

          Charles Cooley

          Show me what you’re doing every day. And I’ll tell you what you actually believe to be true about yourself.

          Cody Jefferson