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About Anita D. Russell
"I DISRUPT limiting beliefs, EMPOWER deep self-knowledge, and CHALLENGE individuals to break barriers, unleash their true potential, and live intentionally."
Anita is a woman of God, International Best Selling Author, life coach and speaker. She believes strongly in the power of stories as a means of self discovery, teaching, and learning. She is the Principal at The Place to SOAR, a social enterprise dedicated to cultivating change through daily growth and personal development for the purpose of releasing human potential. Anita founded The Place to SOAR to feed her passion for building community, inspiring change and giving back. The Place to SOAR is built on three pillars. (1) Communicate & Connect - Build rapport based on deep communication and connection. (2) Connect & Collaborate - Global Business Connector in Pittsburgh PA for Women Speakers Association to build a central hub for connecting, collaborating, and raising women's voices to empower change. (3) Collaborate & Engage - Northeast Regional Lead for the U.S. Coalition of Black Women Businesses to activate change, reinforce advocacy and facilitate support.
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In her self-help guide to dismantling racism, author and life coach Anita D. Russell shares her approach to true change from the inside out using personal development, sustainable relationships, and transformational living. Through personal stories and milestones from her own transformational journey, Russell explains how to define core values, how to be an inclusive leader, and ultimately how cultivating change through daily development can unleash human potential.
Faced with white fragility and racism, society shies away from conversations about personal transformation strategies. In Cultivating Change from the Inside Out, Russell shows you how to move with vision, purpose, and action, and asks—should we continue to advance a system that encourages racism and division? Or should we seek unity and change through personal transformation?
In the midst of unforeseeable changes and hardships, the inspiring women in this book access their inner strength and persevere. In spite of unimaginable adversity, they find ways to unleash their power and triumphantly succeed.
Voices of the 21st Century is a celebration of resilience. Be encouraged by these stories and discover the secret that has been true all along: You are resilient, and you have the power to rise and make a difference.
Voices of the 21st Century is co-authored by Gail Watson, Alexis Schomer, Allison Summers, Anita Russell, Barbara Barry, Carma Spence, Charmaine Hammond, Cheryl Peltekis, Deb Coman, Deborah Isis, Dee Dee Vicino, Desiree Aragon, Donna Rae Reese, Elaine Voci, Eva Hebebrand, Eydie Robinson, Felicia Rickards, Francine Tone, Gail Rosenthal, Irma Parone, JJ Conway, Jeannine Rivers, MissyJena, Johnnie Lloyd, Kalpna Ranadive, Kamini Wood, Kiley Doll, Laura Rubinstein, Laura Wayman, Lillian Diaz Imbelli, Lisa Wellington, Lorianne Vaughn Speaks, Lynn Robinson, Mary Wong, Melody Breyer Grell, Michelle McKinnie, Nasrin Barbic, Natasha Clawson, Nelie Johnson, Paige Wilhide, Pamela Jay, Sandy Horton, Shalanda Wilder, Shawna Pelton, Sheena Watson, Sirena Pellarolo, Susan Thomas, Tami Damian, Terry Sidford, Tracey Ehman, and Trilby Johnson.
A daily testimony of faith, trust, and belief?
A weekly routine of doctrine, tradition, and customs?
Every person’s story is a microcosmic enactment of God’s eternal story, a portrayal of His relationship with humanity.
Written with a cathartic tone, this sibling story reveals an adventurous testimony to the presence of God over the entire course of a lifetime. It is a testimony of developing faith and struggle for identity, personal acceptance, and self-liberation.
With liberation comes freedom, and Anita believes freedom is the absence of fear. The absence of fear in Anita’s life has been a long time coming—taking nearly six decades to abolish the fear that began with childhood trauma and grief; the fear manifested as guilt and inadequacy; the fear of greatness that had her playing small; the fear that her father would always be an unknown factor in her life, and, most decidedly, the fear of giving God complete control over her life. God is now the boss of Anita’s life, and this book chronicles her journey toward giving Him control.