Norway’s satellite office of the WSJ DN
My first interview with the Wall Street Journal DN satellite office in Norway.
#dagensnæringsliv(www.dn.no) Los Angeles (DN): Monique Guild slows her car, a Porsche, and rises with a mobile in her hand. As the “Intuitive Business Consultant” she assists clients who wish to build wealth, success and influence.
“I’m a consultant, but with additional special abilities. I can see why a business is at a standstill and what must be done to fix the problem”, says Guild as she strolls across the gravel in the driveway of a house in Beverly Hills.
Now psychics with an eye for business rename themselves to “intuisjonister,” “instinctive advisors” and “mentalist”.
They offer investment tips, picks up vibrations in job interviews, use their senses to smart restructuring and exchange personal gut feeling.
Rick Butler, director, and commercial property developer, says Guild revealed that drug abuse among employees, saved his company, Aardex, from being acquired by a lying investor.
“Many pretend they have good intentions, but what they want is to rob you.” Monique can feel if people have integrity, if they are sincere and what their motives are, says Butler, who admits that he regards her as “invaluable”, maybe because he is very wary of intuition, but instead he is ” practical, analytical and rational ” and almost a bit retarded in this area.
“She told me things about the business I had no idea because I do not own intuition.”
If not traveling to see her clients, Guild often sits in the shadow of a superstructure at the pool in Los Angeles and speaks to clients on the phone. All she needs is her notepad, notes from previous sessions as well as her special abilities.
Guild often sits in the shadow of a superstructure at the pool in Los Angeles and listens to the voices she hears on the phone. All she needs is her notepad, notes from previous sessions as well as her special abilities. Which she has been in possession of since she was ten.
– “I noticed it when I was little,” she says.
– “Like what specifically?” – “That I could ‘see’ things no one else saw.”
– “I hear a voice or see a face and get cascades of information in my head. It’s like watching a movie, I just follow the pictures” says, Guild.
Monique pressed an audio file, listening to his voice, We hear Monique say, “abuse, something that happened when you were 16 years old and a relationship that was disbanded about 17 years ago. What is this?”
Client, a man says, “My parents drank. When I was 16 I was expelled from a private school, 17 years ago, when I got a new partner and I lost $ 350,000.” No crystal ball is in sight.
– “I’m not psychic, I’m intuitive”, insists Guild.– “I think that people become addicted to their own feelings and being stuck in a pattern of the past, which affects their business now. I identify and help them overcome this.”
Diego de Sola is Co-founder and President of Glasswing International and is currently CEO of Inversiones Bolivar, a 50-year-old real estate development firm operating in El Salvador, Honduras, and Costa Rica said that for a long time he called California each week to consult with Guild. He was sweating from the recession and the “feeling of doom.”
– Diego said, “All I did was focus on risk minimization. It ruined it for me. I was not able to see opportunities. Intuitive or not, she changed my thinking pattern for the better”, says de Sola, who was so excited by the conversations with Monique that he founded a nonprofit organization, Glass Wing International, and recently collaborated with Crown Prince Haakon on Global Dignity Day, World Day, in Central America.
– “Monique Guild helped me realize that I wanted to do something good for the community in addition to the real estate business. She helped me set a goal, she gave me homework and we talked about weekly progress.”
“I hear a voice and hear cascades of information in my head. It’s like watching a movie, I just follow the pictures” Monique Guild, Intuitive Corporate Consultant
Guild says that she, in fact, “does personality profiling.”
She worked with a business owner who was constantly being sued by employees. They set up a system, whereby: they would send new potential hiree first to interview with the company’s vice president, then asked them to call Guild.
– “I talked to them about work and life, and so I wrote a report to the owner about what I saw in the personal character. We stopped the lawsuits.”
Guild grew up in New Orleans as the daughter of the Norwegian actress Kari Borg (“Owls in the moss”) and Ingeborg Cook (“Olsenbanden”, “Carl & Co.”) as Grandma. In pursuit of a career as a soap actress, she moved to Los Angeles, but eventually pulled more alternates on studies and the aforementioned properties.
Now she says that clients range from diplomats and athletes to entrepreneurs and directors, all of whom suffer completely unnecessary economic losses due to “blocked energy.”
– “I can see what has happened to them earlier in life. In addition, I see where their strengths are, what they are capable of and we work together to turn it all around.”
– “What problems are most common?”– “Many people have patterns that stay with them for the rest of their lives. There may be abuse in the home, too much responsibility as children or personal issues that distract them in their career.”
Rick Butler, a commercial developer, said that he “had a problematic relationship with her daughter” and that it affected his choices as a businessman. Now everything is in order.” – “Could you have gone to a psychologist instead?”– “I do not know. I’ve never tried.”