The urban futurist who has published work on women’s economic empowerment and the women’s economy named Vanda Teixeira. She is an award-winning and internationally recognized businesswoman, fashion designer, the inventor of Tools for Your Soul™, and intuitive life coach.
She has helped thousands of women bring out their fullest potential and collectively change the world by supporting and empowering women’s spiritual and business ventures. She’s started VandaConnect, Inc., which controls five global companies.
You can see her official website here.
The Beginning of Her Career
She became South Africa’s leading fashion designer at age 22, of which both her father and grandmother were South African. She took the Miss Portugal show’s pageantry to an international level by being chosen as a winner of the Young Entrepreneur Award by the Women’s League of Portugal.
After looking in the mirror, Vanda decided she was the face of a cosmetic house and became its international marketing director. She was identified as one of the city’s Top Business Women in 2000.
Throughout her career, she’s been a top earner at Transamerica. In 2009, she appeared on the Most Influential Women in Government and Business in a New Era section.
She spent a month touring Johannesburg, Cape Town, and two weeks in Durban, speaking at the most important female-focused conferences in government and industry. Since then, she has continued to advance the idea that women don’t need to struggle to be powerful.
As far as we’re concerned, Vanda is a visionary coach and a healer who is primarily involved internationally. She has a signature soul series for all types of people, which will help readers along the way to understand them on their own journeys.
How Does Vanda Perform Her Work-Life Balance?
To answer this question, we must take a look at her interview with City Box Media. Here’s what she said,
“I feel balanced most of the time, as I am taking in air. If I am not succeeding, it’s either dry or out of control. I can only maintain my level of activity by measuring up to my goals.
The tools are my gold. This is what I do with them. They help me be who I am. I flow with the rhythms of the universe. I do what I enjoy. To enjoy people’s happiness, I have to find a way to distribute it in my daily life. Creative thinkers find this type of work more difficult to do than formulaic thinkers, that’s for sure.
The journey I am on will never have a core without my tools. The healthy way of being is doing what I want when I want. I want to share creativity with everyone I work with: our loved ones and our group members. My family and my colleagues know my heartbeat and know what my dedication is. That is what keeps me alive.
Motherhood is a blessing, a privilege, and a duty. I keep myself centered by remembering these beings chose me and had their own goals, lives, and journeys of their own.
It all started with my Higher Self’s generous gift of allowing Good to take control of it, but it took a long time to accomplish. I will stay here as long as my base and faith in God hold. FOCUS, WORK ETHIC & BELIEFS is an obvious result. It’s what I do with what has ever come out of my greatest work to become my life.
I think about this tapestry of my life whenever it’s out of control (and whenever it’s expanding), but I go with the flow. No matter how it is done, I can breathe in this way. I am completely in love with everything I love what I do. There is understanding when there is LOVE, and when you get that feeling, all that is necessary is done will be taken care of because you KNOW it will be OK. These agreements with God are right, as far as I’m concerned.”