Fia Johansson

Having the ability to utilizing one’s brain to its full capacity and the psychic gift, is more often an art. Meet Fia Johansson, also known as the Persian Medium, who—with the help of her psychic gifts—aids law enforcement, private investigators and the DA in solving cold cases. She herself is a licensed private investigator, psychic detective, producer, and best-selling author.

In an interview with Insights Success, Fia emphasizes on her impeccable journey and how she became a sensation in decoding the unsolved cases. She explains her first realization of her power/gift though quoting, “The first time I realized I had this gift was when it was validated by the people around me. While receiving messages or seeing images in my mind wasn’t something new to me, it wasn’t something I really understood.

She has a working experience with the state, local, as well as the federal law enforcement in order to decode and solve the unsolved mysteries and disappearances, crimes and other cases. Moreover, beyond her psychic work, Fia has also co-written a book with Jack Canfield the hugely successful author, entrepreneur, motivational speaker, and corporate trainer who is behind the Chicken Soup for the Soul enterprises, which has over 500 million copies in circulation. Her greatest passion in life remains the ability to help others achieve their ultimate dreams and desires, teaching people to believe that truly, anything in this life is possible.

“The most energizing part of everything I do is being able to make someone overcome trauma and pain and realize their personal power. I tell everyone, no matter who they are, that their potential is infinite – and I fully believe this with every bit of my heart and soul. I always tailor my work to be able to help someone understand that they can let go of hurt, of fear, of doubt, and to take claim to a life that they have written off as impossible which I hope to bring in my new book with Jack Canfield,” says Fia.

Moreover, she is a businesswoman, master entrepreneur coach, keynote speaker, and author that works with celebrities, high-ranking executives and CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, doctors, lawyers, foreign dignitaries, and even US government officials.

As a producer of film with her company Lone Road Productions, Johansson is currently focused on “The Game Masters,” a major feature that revolves around the world of human trafficking. Fia Johansson also has two television shows in development which are being shopped to networks.

Some of Fia Johansson’s accomplishments include speaking at the United Nations as well as being featured in Forbes, the WallStreet Journal, CBS, NBC, ABC, and Fox News channels. She’sreceived several Quilly Awards, including Top Female Entrepreneur, Best Writer and Thought Leader.

Below are highlights of the interview conducted between Insights Success and Fia Johansson:

Fia Johansson is a businesswoman, film producer, master entrepreneur coach, keynote speaker, and author that works with celebrities, high-ranking executives and CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, doctors, lawyers, foreign dignitaries, and even US government officials. She’s also spoken at the United Nations, and been featured in Forbes, the WallStreet Journal, CBS, NBC, ABC, and Fox News channels. She’s received several Quilly Awards, including Top Female Entrepreneur, Best Writer and Thought Leader. Fia Johansson is the co-author of “Success Strategies” with Jack Canfield, the hugely successful author, entrepreneur, motivational speaker, and corporate trainer who is behind the Chicken Soup for the Soul enterprises, which has over 500 million copies in circulation. She’s also co-author of “Think Big” Brian Tracy, an international motivational public speaker and author of over 70 books. Both books have rendered Fia Johansson a part of the NY Times Best-Selling Authors list.

Fia, tell us, how do you diversify your solutions that appeal to your target audience? 

Being able to have a thorough, deep understanding of many industries allows me to be able to provide creative and tailored packages for every client that comes my way. It is not a one size fits all, which you find many in PR or marketing tend to offer.

Can you describe for us some of the vital attributes that every businesswoman should possess? 

To be a good leader. You always have to lead yourself first. This means, learn how to manage your emotional muscles. Managing your emotional muscles will help you tune into your intuition and identify your own weaknesses and roadblocks. Also, always listen! Listen to what is happening with people, with teams, listen to questions and listen to guidance. When it comes to making changes and big decisions, try to always find the option or solution that will make the most number of people happy, not just yourself. Self-leadership is a powerful skill.

What were the past experiences, achievements or lessons that shaped your journey? 

No matter what your title, no matter your life circumstance, your finances, I remember to stay humble and believe this has shaped much of my approach to work and helping the success of others. Always be the last person in the room that talks. Always give others credit and respect and allow them to bring their ideas and opinions to the table. Never show off to people who really work for you and want to see the greatest success in you. Always make others feel that your success is because of them, not just because of you. Your humility will allow you to better embrace others, and celebrate the successes of others.

What were some of the primal challenges and roadblocks that you faced during the initial phase of her journey? 

I had no roadblocks. I’ve always seen my path as something I have the determination to walk. Nothing is a roadblock if you put your mind to it and tell yourself you can achieve what you want.

Where do you see yourself in the near future and how will you catalyze the change?

For me the sky is the limit. There is no height which I believe I can’t surpass. Success and building success for others is always the path.

Can you share some sage advice for emerging women entrepreneurs? 

Ego will never help you grow. Get rid of it as soon as you can. If you need help, the greatest service you can do for yourself is to ask. To seek guidance and learn from others is a strength, not a weakness. Speaking of weaknesses, don’t focus on them — in yourself or others. Identify strengths in everyone and find creative and strategic ways to fuel them! Don’t assume you know everything. If you need help: ASK. Oh, and advice for everyone everywhere to be a leader in their career or life: NEVER GIVE UP.

Fia can be reached directly on www.AvidAdvice.com and you can learn more about her on her website www.persianmedium.com and her social media, including Instagram @persianmedium where she has over 1.5 million followers and over 2 million followers online.

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