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Empowerment Session Focusing on Helping People Eliminate the Attacks Against Their Thought Life


Hartford, CT, January, 21, 2015 –Kristen Hopkins, Partner, Chief Creating Officer of KH II Public Relations and Author, will be presenting her book, “Dangers of the Mind” at her Alma Mater, Windsor High School located at 50 Sage Park Rd. Windsor, CT 06095 on Thursday, February 5th to a mixture of upper classmen from 12:50pm-1:50pm and later on that evening from 7pm-8pm at a free event open to the Windsor, Connecticut community. Hopkins will deliver her motivational interactive presentation teaching students and community member’s strategies on how to break free from everyday mind distractions; immediately following her book signing.

“I am honored to come back home to share my story with the student body of Windsor High School, and the community,” says Hopkins. “I’ve always told myself, I will never forget home and this is a great opportunity to let my family, friends and supporters become aware of the daily attacks one may have against their thought life. My mission is to inspire the community to walk in their fullest potential with no limitations.”

Principal Sills of Windsor High School adds, “I am truly excited to have a distinguished alumni like Kristen Hopkins returning to speak to our school community.  We have a tremendous legacy of success at Windsor High and to have our incredibly successful former students return to share their life lessons is invaluable to our efforts to continue this success.”

“Dangers of the Minds” targets those who have a vision and have allowed distractions or procrastination to delay manifestation. Hopkins book identifies the common factors to break free from your negative thoughts in order to setup the initial steps for greater.

This 96-page book is equipped with journals at the end of each chapter for the readers to use so that they can integrate new thinking and behaviors into their lives. It is Hopkins hope that by journaling and completing the exercises the reader will apply lessons learned to their life. All circumstances have been based on Hopkins outlook on her experiences and the life she has been chosen to live. It is her hopes that the reader will never resort to the “Dangers of the Mind”.

Terrell M. Hill, Asstistant Superintendent for Human Resources of Windsor Public Schools comments, “We are so proud to have Author and Public Relations Consultant Kristen Hopkins, (class of 2005), come back home to share her experiences and insight from her book “Dangers of the Mind” with the students and the community of Windsor.  Kristen is yet another example of the incredible alums produced by Windsor Public Schools.”

For more information or to register for the Motivational Presentation and Book Signing for “Dangers of the Mind, visit Join the “Dangers of the Mind” conversation on social media platforms using hash tag #Dangersofthemind #DOM.

About “Dangers of the Mind”

This book is dedicated to anyone who has birthed a vision but has allowed distraction, procrastination, or what they perceive as the lack of progress to delay its manifestation.  Before long they find themselves simply stuck in a rut of despair feeling like an unfulfilled, abandoned failure.

Your most vulnerable place of attack is your thought life.  This includes your hopes, loves, fears, and most especially your dreams!  How does this happen?  We look away from our dreams and all of the good things happening in our lives and look toward a big stack of lies, misdirection and misinformation which serve only to curtail and even derail our vision.

About Kristen Hopkins

As Principal Partner, and Chief Creative Officer (CCO) of KH II Public Relations, Kristen implements creative and effective public relation plans for new and existing clients, brings fresh new perspectives and focuses solely on effective brand trust. Ms. Hopkins has been a guest speaker at Delaware State University’s Mass Communications Department Media Day Panel, Georgia State University’s Discussion with a Publicist Seminar, Moore Middle School’s Career Day, Georgia State University and University of Georgia Infinite Appeal’s Fashion Retreat. Kristen recently received the 2014 30 and Under in business for the Women of Excellence in Leadership Award by Brooks Enterprise & Consulting. WELA  luncheon honored 8 women from the metro Atlanta community.  Kristen holds a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Public Relations from Delaware State University and currently is on the Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation and HBCU Consortium committee. She also is a member of the City Club of Buckhead and the Chinese American Association of Atlanta.