How have your life experiences shaped your behavior professionally? As a leader, have you ever been criticized for being too harsh? Are you always trying to prove that you’re worthy?
Dr. Erika Brown of Dr. Erika By Design walked away from Corporate America a year ago to launch her business and reclaim control of her mental health. She soon discovered that the rules for success she was used to following in the workplace didn’t always apply to entrepreneurship.
During our conversation, Dr. Erika speaks vulnerably about entrepreneurship, being able to see the vision, overcoming roadblocks and celebrating successes while giving yourself grace to “figure it all out”.
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