Culture and Leadership Connections Podcast

Sherina Mayani – I’d Rather Rescue Myself

May 04, 2021 Marie Gervais Season 4 Episode 9
Culture and Leadership Connections Podcast
Sherina Mayani – I’d Rather Rescue Myself
Show Notes

Bio for Sherina Mayani 

Sherina Mayani is a Business Master Coach, Founder of Master Dinero Con Flow and creator of two complementary business methods, Clearing Method to remove emotional blockages to prosperity and ClaCov focused on strategic planning and marketing.

She helps Spanish-speaking women around the world clear their blocks, upgrade their mindset, attract ideal clients, and earn consistent money so they can grow a business that sets them free and create a positive impact.

She is also a Divine Living Certified Master Coach and an Energy Editing® Professional who helps clear energetic money blocks from your energy system. Panamanian of Hindu origin, she lives in Panama with her husband and their puppy Coco.

Episode highlight

As an Indian-Panamanian, Sherina Mayani was raised with little promise of the future. Listen in on how she overthrew the cultural expectations to shine as a female entrepreneur.




Instagram: @shermayani



“I don't want to be the princess in the movie with the prince… [I] actually want to make my own movie.” 

“What you reap is what you sow.” 

“There’s so many things in our life that we do just because someone else did it without seeing the logic.”


Childhood Incidents

Sherina’s father was strict and didn’t support her dreams. This made Sherina want to become independent. 

Influential Groups 

Sherina identifies as a spiritual person and associates with the spirituality ingrained in Hinduism. Falling in love with a non-Indian Catholic who was 12 years older than her made her “arranged married” parents uncomfortable. 

Temperament and Personality Influences

Sherina claims that she is very strategic in her approach to every conversation. She has now traded her impulsivity for wisdom. 

Cultural Epiphanies

At university, Sherina noticed that Panamanian culture was a lot more laid back than American culture. 

Advice to an Employer 

Sherina finds that she is more comfortable working with women since she is a dominant personality and has faced energy clashes with men. She prefers working on long-term programs since energy clearing and emotional work take time. 

More Great Insights! 

Sherina recalls a story about passing down traditions without question and urges us to think about why we do what we do. For more great insights, reach out to her on LinkedIn. She runs many Spanish language programs and some for English speakers too!

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