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Queen’s Mindset helping people write their vision


Tre Greaves

Queen’s Mindset helping people write their vision
Member of Parliament for Christ Church East, Wilfred Abrahams, endorsed the Queen’s Mindset by Kimisha King. (Picture by Shanice King)

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Many individuals give up on their new year’s resolutions too early.

However, the founder of Queen’s Mindset, Kimisha King, is hoping to turn that around during their upcoming Write Your Vision conference.

“Every year we make resolutions and then by mid-January we give up on the vision because most times we didn’t write the vision down. We didn’t map it, nor did we have any plan assigned to it that we could follow through and execute,” she said earlier this week during a media conference at Courtyard by Marriott.

“Your plan may be to build a house or a car, but how do you achieve that? That’s where we step in, we can help people map that out in a step-by-step process. We start with the mindset first, because when things are not going right you are going to have that winner’s mindset, to let you know despite what it looks like, it is still possible,” King said.

The conference is centred on empowering youth and women, and it is scheduled to be held on December 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Hastings, Christ Church hotel.

Some of the facilitators will include Leon Chase and Imran Richards.

Member of Parliament for Christ Church East, Wilfred Abrahams, who attended the press conference, endorsed Queen’s Mindset and their previous projects which he said have been useful to many constituents.

“The last conference that was done was fantastic, and I managed to get some young ladies from the constituency to attend. Some of them said it changed the way they looked at things. Some of them said it was good to see one of their own, who was an example of what success can look like and how to push a project.

Like King, he suggested that people should note their ideas and work strategically to achieve them.

“Quite often we have brilliant ideas, but we forget to write them down. However, if you write it down, it is a lot easier for you to do when times get tough. If times get tough and it is not written down then you forget what the next step is and that it’s a long-term plan,” Abrahams said. (TG)