“My ten months of working with Monique Guild have proven hugely successful and satisfying. She taught and helped me develop incredibly valuable disciplines that seem very simple but are enormously profound and relevant to our lives.
Also, these disciplines promote the intuitive abilities we all have but not necessarily use or appreciate if not discovered and fostered. Our minds can be incredibly destructive if not harnessed. Likewise, our intuition and thoughts are capable of influencing the outcome of events around us.
Monique’s help has been enormous in my achieving internal peace, and albeit I cannot say I understand how, I am convinced that by intuitive thought one can influence events. Monique is a fantastic teacher, business consultant and spiritual adviser that sincerely devotes her boundless energies and exceptional talent to help one succeed.
I am afraid I am not conveying a good explanation of what it is that Monique does, but I can attest that she has made my businesses and life much happier and better through difficult family and business situations” — Herbert De Sola, El Salvador (inaccurately linked to Mitt Romney, his brother Orlando De Sola, Bain Capital, and the death squads in El Salvador during Romney’s run for the Presidency).
Monique’s Pioneering DNA
Born in Jackson Mississippi, and raised in New Orleans by a psychiatrist father and a Norwegian actress mother Kari Borg, who spoke six languages and socialized with the likes of Tennessee Williams and Clay Shaw.
Her maternal grandfather, Sir Victor Borg, knighted by the King of Norway for his Psychiatric work with Alcoholics and Drug addicts. Monique’s maternal grandmother was the world-renown coloratura soprano, Ingeborg Cook.
Monique is also, the sixth great grand-daughter of Captain. James Cook.
Her father, Dr. George Guild is a renown New Orleans Psychiatrist. On her paternal side, her family owned sawmills, railways, lumber, Fairview Plantation and installed the railway between the North and the South. See more below.
Monique attended Louisiana State University where she studied Pre-Law Business and majored in Psychology. Her love of acting brought her to New York to study with the renowned Bill Alderson at the Neighborhood Playhouse. Her New York experience spanned over 4 years where she worked on several independent film projects, while also working as an actress, on the soap opera As The World Turns.
Prime Time, In No Time
After a 4 1/2 year stint in New York City Monique moved to Los Angeles and pursued her interests in the entertainment industry. She soon took a position at Showtime Networks where she quickly advanced to Assistant Marketing Coordinator, in charge of 130 cable affiliates across the United States. Shortly after, she was hired by Great Expectations as their National Director of Success Stories for 45 centers. It was there that she excelled in applying her gift with an on-target placement of people in media events and television shows nationwide, including the Oprah Winfrey Show and the Los Angeles Times after the riots.
Within three months, her work as National Director for GE caught the attention of The Los Angeles Times and featured her on the cover of the Metro Section.
Monique’s nationwide accomplishments caught the eye of MacLaine Enterprises. Hired as one of the key liaison for Shirley MacLaine, her agent, publicist, books, shows, and movies. After a one-year stint, Monique accepted a position with Film and TV Director Mark Travis, the creator of the film “A Bronx Tale.”
It was Travis who said, “Monique, you have an amazing gift and ability to ‘see’ and zero in or people and their businesses, you have to take this to the next level.”
With Monique’s achievements in the Entertainment Industry and her business, she married the two by starting her production company. Her first project, a documentary titled “6,150.”; that she directed, filmed and produced, all the while traveling with her two dogs across the nation. During filming, she caught the attention of the media across the country including NBC News.
The theme of the documentary is titled Major Obstacles Major Success later transformed into The Business Symposium at the Conscious Life Expo. Where Monique created, directed and interviewed world-renowned individuals, such as Dr. John Gray author of Men Are From Mars; Women Are From Venus and Dr. Joe Dispenza from the movie What the Bleep Do We Know?!
Once again, Major Obstacles Major Success transformed into one of the top weekly shows, on an internet network titled “Conversations with Monique Guild.” To view footage and learn more visit TV page and go to https://www.youtube.com/user/MoniqueGuild to subscribe.
In “Conversations with Monique Guild,” Monique speaks with global leaders that have overcome enormous obstacles and achieved massive success. Guests have ranged from Dr. John Gray, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Dr. Anne-Marie Bennstom, who founded the Ashram to Ramy El-Batrawi, a man who went from living in a car to being Adnan Khashoggi’s right-hand person.
Monique Guild, Futurist, Turnaround and Development Strategist uses her swift precision laser abilities to diagnose current outcomes. As a Futurist, she invents and develops astounding solutions, which result in measurable financial results.
Monique’s book launch is the fall of 2018. She is also, currently in development for a television series based on her work.
A Pioneering Family, from Captain James Cook to Railways, Steamships, Plantation, and Pickles
The Finkbine-Guild Lumber Company began construction of an all-electric sawmill at the town of D’Lo in Simpson County, Mississippi. When operations started in 1916, the D’Lo sawmill had a cutting capacity of 200,000 board feet every 10 hours. Logs for the D’Lo sawmill were derived from Simpson, Rankin, Smith, and Scott counties in Mississippi. In 1918, Finkbine-Guild moved their offices from Wiggins to Jackson, Mississippi.
As their timberlands were being exhausted in Mississippi, the Finkbine-Guild Lumber Company devised a plan to use their Mississippi mills as finishing plants for redwood timber from California. In 1925, Finkbine-Guild bought the Cottoneva Lumber Company of Rockport, California near the Pacific Ocean. Because of the remote location, it became necessary for Finkbine-Guild to build houses, a company store, dining facilities, a school, a hotel, a barber shop, and a hospital. The Company also constructed a sawmill, logging railroads, and a steam-powered cable system for transferring logs from shore to ships. The Rockport mill produced only cants – squared-off logs for shipment to Mississippi mills for final processing.
In San Francisco Bay near the city of Sausalito, California, Finkbine-Guild invested heavily in the construction of a dock and loading facility. The company owned five oil-burning ships, called The Redwood Line, that transported the logs from San Francisco Bay through the Panama Canal to Gulfport, Mississippi. The ships unloaded at Gulfport, and logs were transferred onto railroad flatcars for transportation north to the Finkbine mills in Wiggins or D’Lo, where the redwood was processed into finished lumber.
One successful venture of Finkbine-Guild and Mississippi Farms Company was the construction of a factory in Wiggins for processing farm produce. The American Pickle and Canning Company were formed to operate what became known as the ‘pickle factory.’ At first, the plant processed pickles, tomatoes, beans, and sweet potatoes, but within a few years, pickles became its sole product. At one time, it was the largest pickle processing plant in the world. Through time, the pickle factory changed ownership, becoming a part of Brown-Miller Company, then Beatrice Foods.