By Eryka T. Johnson
I have something important I’d like to share with you….
As some of you may know, I have a passion for helping women move beyond their insecurities, fears and life circumstances in order to pursue and live their highest purpose. However, in my role as mentor and coach, I see so many of these passionate, loving, hard working women struggle with making the necessary changes in their lives to progress towards living the life of their dreams.
Maybe you can relate….
Have you ever found yourself spinning your wheels, knowing you were born to make a huge impact on the world around you but have no idea where to begin?
Have you ever been so caught up in surviving day to day that you lose track of pursuing your dreams?
Do you find yourself headed down the right path for a while and then fall off again when things get too tough or life becomes too busy?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are a woman of purpose who is destined to make a difference with your life but you are bound to encounter roadblocks. Sometimes you see them coming and other times they seem to come out of the blue and throw you off course.
I know what it’s like because I’ve been there too.
But, like I did, you must decide today that you will not “give up” or “sit down” on your gifts. They were given to you not only for your own benefit but to be used for the greater good as well. The roadblocks are there to keep you from moving forward. That’s their job. Your job, however, is to blast right through them so that you become the catalyst for change you were born to be.
And…to help you get started, I want to share a process that helped me make the necessary changes in my own life so that I could then lead the change in someone else’s. I was able to take my mess ~ my life story of neglect, abuse, shame, people pleasing and low self worth and turn it into my message that has ignited a movement that empowers women all over the world.
Today I am sharing the first step of that process with you, Check it out NOW.
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Eryka T. Johnson