PHILIPSBURG – Two free seminars are being offered this weekend by Nerissa Golden, president of Truly Caribbean Network, a non-profit foundation established to create opportunities for Caribbean people globally.
“Challenging times call for creative thinking and fearless people,” says Golden who is also an entrepreneur and author. “Most of us don’t like to admit that we are afraid but confessing the fear is the first step in overcoming it and using it for good rather than bad.”
Golden added that “people are becoming increasingly more stressed in their personal relationships but also in business. The seminars are designed to provide practical strategies for surviving in an unstable economy and fighting the fears that come with living each day.”
The author says that “fearful people attract fearful events and outcomes. Rather than burying our heads in the sand and pretending that we are not afraid, we need to identify and then challenge what we fear most with a right attitude and positive actions.”
The increase in senseless murders and robberies on the island is no accident and it will take pro-active steps by each person to guard and protect themselves. We have no problem paying for security gates, alarms and guards but we must also guard our hearts and minds.”
On Friday evening at 7:30pm, Golden will present “Overcoming Fear to Pursue Your Dreams”. Saturday evening’s session will be “Strategies for Gaining Wealth.” Both seminars will be held at the Rupert Maynard Community Center in St. Petersand are open to everyone.
It is recommended that interested persons RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 523-3731 to confirm a space because of limited seating.
Attendees will also be able to pre-order copies of her new books The Making of a Caribbeanpreneur: Strategies for Overcoming Fear and Building Wealth and a Truly Caribbean Woman’s Guide to Good Love.
Caption: The Cover of Nerissa Golden’s new book ”The Making of a Caribbeanpreneur: Strategies for Overcoming Fear and Building Wealth”. This weekend the general public can learn more about starting or growing their business and fighting fear at two free seminars to be held at the Rupert Maynard Community Center in St. Peters on Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm. (Cover design by Blue Orange Designs)