Anita L. Sanchez, PhD, inspires people to discover and trust their gifts so that they become a life-giving connection to others. She is an author, international consultant, trainer, speaker and coach, who is passionate about visionary leadership and the empowerment of women and people around the world. She is founder and executive of Sanchez Tennis & Associates, LLC. Her work focuses on cultural transformation, organization development, and diversity. A member of the Transformational Leadership Council, she is co-author of the best selling Success University for Women, September 2015 and international best selling book, Success University for Women in Business, November 2016. Her forthcoming book, The Four Gifts: Indigenous Wisdom for Modern Times will be published by Simon & Schuster Enliven Books, September 5, 2017. www.FourSacredGifts.com
Anita is the proud and happy mother of two sons and resides with her husband in the foothills of Colorado.
Blog Post List
September 8, 2017
True medicine recognizes and brings alignment to our spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical elements, making us whole again. A visualization to tap into your heart and reconnect to the spirit of Mother Earth from Anita Sanchez, author of The Four Sacred Gifts: Indigenous Wisdom for Modern Times
August 31, 2017
The natural world is communicating with us all the time, if we would just listen with the softest part of our ear and an open heart. Here’s a meditation to feel that deep and constant connection.
August 24, 2017
"Whether you were present at Standing Rock or watched on electronic screens around the world, we all felt that energy— we experienced our oneness”
August 17, 2017
My mother told me “Anita, if you want to get an A, then you answer the way they want you to answer out there. But know that you can always come home and we can talk about the truth.” The erasing of indigenous wisdom from our history books plays an insidious role in the subjugation of Native Americans.
August 11, 2017
I am called Anita Louise Theresa Medina Sanchez. My name means ‘graceful warrior’. Sometimes I am full of grace and at other times I have a lot to be forgiven. I was born a mestiza —a mix of Mexican-Spanish blood and indigenous Aztec blood and I quickly learnt that the color of my skin could be a magnet for hatred and conflict. As a young girl growing up in Kansas City, I had many experiences of seeing black and brown people being harmed and discriminated against in stores, in restaurants, and on the streets. Then, when I was age 13, my father was shot dead while just he sat in a bar. He had...