Joan Wright-Good takes Good Life Global Tour to Jamaica

Monday, November 26, 2018

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JAMAICAN-born international businesswoman and philanthropist Joan Wright-Good will be taking her Good Life Global Tour to Jamaica early next month, with hopes of inspiring local entrepreneurs, Christians and authors to make positive changes in their careers and business relationships.

The tour, which has already broken ground in Iceland, the United Kingdom, Canada, and several cities in the United States, is slated to stop in Jamaica on December 7 and 8 at the Courtleigh and Knutsford Court hotels respectively.

“The tour teaches attendees how to minimise their fears, excuses and innuendos to instead maximise their success in wealth and relationships,” Wright-Good said.

“Relationships and wealth go together and Kingdom people and business owners must understand that people are not transactions but rather magnets for failure or success.”

Wright-Good said that part proceeds from the tour will go towards the Maxfield Park Children's Home, where she was a resident for a part of her early childhood.

“Secondly, we are giving away a book deal to an attendee who wishes to write a book but cannot afford it. We are also offering a three-month business course scholarship to an entrepreneur who is ready to start their business,” she said.

The tour will feature international speakers such as Bravo TV star Nakita Nicci, California-based relationship expert David Burrus, and BET & TMZ correspondent Que Johnson, along with several local entrepreneurs, influencers, worship leaders and motivational speakers.

Wright-Good explained that her philanthropic efforts are her way of being grateful for her many blessings and trying to inspire positive change.

“I want to be an agent of change as well as educate talented Christians who don't know that going to church is not enough,” she said.

“The best way to display Christ is to economically be fruitful and multiply, to leave a legacy for their children, and be good to others who are not necessarily in their circle.”

Wright-Good became a resident of Maxfield Park Children's Home as a little girl after her mother took ill, and her caregivers were negligent. She was told that the police found her wandering half-naked on East Queen Street. In 2012, after experiencing what she calls a public and shameful divorce, she moved to the US and started her first company from her living room with just over US$100.

She says these experiences have taught her to never despise small beginnings.

“Today I bring the dreams of many disenfranchised people to life and I love it. I believe that our greatest tragedies prepare us for some of our greatest blessings,” she beamed.

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