With Monique as my coach and mentor, I have become, both personally and professionally, a more peaceful and fully expressed person who is able to focus on what is possible. Her assistance has helped me achieve a lifelong dream of working with a marvelous team on a high caliber international project that has the potential to uplift and inspire millions of people. Through Monique’s expertise, I am clearer on what my intuition is telling me, taking inspired action and opening up to possibilities. Lo and behold, I am living a dream come true – wildly beyond what I imagined was possible. —
Star Higgins, Art Direction/Color and Paint Specialist,
Walt Disney Imagineering, Shanghai DIsneyland Resort Read More
First, I really get that there is no time to be afraid. Time and Life go so fast. Ask yourself:
What would you like to do before the year is up but, have been too afraid to take the risk and jump in and go for it?! Read More
“Fall forward into a future reality. Stay engaged with that future self. The only reason you would go backwards(or into the past) is because you are afraid. A tool to use in ‘falling forward’ is to connect in with the “seam of the ball.” ” –Monique Guild Read More
There is a part of your brain that keeps you “safe” on a daily basis. This part of the brain, the neo-cortex evaluates and determines the environment by what is familiar. What feels good what feels bad – the known. Anything that is unfamiliar — it does not like it. It won’t allow you to go there — where ever the ‘there’ is — it FORBIDS you to go there. It forms a box in the brain which becomes the personality(who YOU are). It keeps you safe, in familiar territory and in the same routine. Read More
Champion has taught me so much about the power of focus. This “seemingly” disabled little guy, focused himself out of the worst kill shelters in LA(they have five days to live) to one of the most beautiful places he could live. The story follows below. Read More
Two years ago, I moved my mom to Los Angeles from New Orleans to keep a better eye on her and to help her as best that I can to accept her reality of having dementia. I have felt a gamut of feelings during this process — everything from completely stressed out at times to feeling enriched and completely enlightened.
When I’m feeling enlightened, I realize that everything/experience is an opportunity for growth. As excruciatingly maddening as this process has been, and I say to myself “What the heck was I thinking by moving her here??” I know ultimately, it is my blessing and gift, on many levels. Read More
“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.” — Theodore Roosevelt Read More
It’s an atom’s job to attract other like atoms of similar frequency.
The universe doesn’t know the difference between you emitting atoms from feeling elated, exhausted, distracted, unfulfilled in your personal life or your business life. It will bring you more of what you are emitting atomically, across the board. Read More
A dance-of-a-void…in yourself.
I always like to play with words a bit…like the initials ADD…attention deficit disorder. I say “Yes, a bet if you look at that person’s life as a child…there was a deficit – in – attention, given to the child – or not – by the parents.” (Maybe It’s not the kids fault they have ADD maybe it’s a deficit in attention, given or not given from the family of origin…hmmm…something to contemplate). Read More