10 Signs Impostor Syndrome May Be Affecting Your Success

By |April 7th, 2017|Career Success, Leadership, Leadership Development, Personal Branding, Video|

10 Signs Impostor Syndrome May Be Affecting Your Success By Eryka T. Johnson “Although successful, I’m still a fraud…” This past January while afforded the opportunity to share with some amazing business and career women from the Missoula, MT area during the MBN Symposium, we focused on women bringing their value to the table to build a strong collective feminine power through this year’s theme “Our Combined Talents Have No Limits.” After addressing these women for over an hour, many approached me to share although that had never heard of the Impostor Syndrome they recognized they too suffered from several [...]

3 Ways To Being a History Maker

By |March 8th, 2017|Leadership, Leadership Development, Personal Branding, Value|

3 Ways To Being a History Maker An International Celebration of Women Accomplishments Everywhere   Do you consider yourself a History Maker? Each year during the month of March, women everywhere are celebrated for courage, leadership, and vision to see the communities we live in thrive and make our nation a better place for all people. It is no secret that women made and continue to make major contributions to shaping not only our American History but our future legacy as well. Not only do women possess the drive and conviction to effect change in this great nation but we do [...]

A Confidant: Why Every Successful Woman Needs at Least One & the Result of Trusting No One

By |March 4th, 2017|Career Success, Happy Family, Leadership, Leadership Development, Personal Branding, Self-Improvement|

A Confidant: Why Every Successful Woman Needs at Least One & the Result of Trusting No One  By Eryka T Johnson Do you have a confidant? A trusted individual who you don’t mind revealing your private matters or personal struggles with that will not judge or scandalous your name. It’s no secret…life happens to us all regardless of social status or career success. What’s most challenging however for successful women is feeling safe enough to be vulnerable. Our standard as professional women is set so high. The expectation is perfection in our careers and in life. A successful woman must [...]