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‘How to keep that spring in your step’ to be presented Friday

The Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce offers “Food for Thought,” an energetic lunch-and-learn series designed to provide meaningful networking and professional development.

“How to Keep that SPRING in Your Step” will be presented May 23 by Tonya Foreman and Tara Gotwalt from at the Pawhuska Business Development Center.

Lunch is served at 11:30 a.m. and the program begins at noon and continues until 1 p.m..

Feeling good doesn’t just happen. Living a life in balance means taking the necessary time to renew yourself. It’s all up to you. You can renew yourself through relaxation. Or you can totally burn yourself out by overdoing everything. You can pamper yourself mentally and spiritually. Or you can go through life oblivious to your well-being. You can experience vibrant energy. Or you can procrastinate and miss out on the benefits of good health and exercise. You can revitalize yourself and face a new day in peace and harmony. Or you can wake up in the morning full of apathy because your get-up-and-go has got-up-and-gone. Just remember that every day provides a new opportunity for renewal—a new opportunity to recharge yourself instead of hitting the wall. All it takes is the desire, knowledge, and skill.

Come join Tara Gotwalt and Tonya Foreman share information on how to renew yourself in each of the four areas, you create growth and change in your life. Stephen Covey’s Habit 7 is Sharpening The Saw. It will increase your capacity to produce and handle the challenges around you. Without this renewal, the body becomes weak, the mind mechanical, the emotions raw, the spirit insensitive, and the person selfish. Not a pretty picture, is it? Don’t miss this!

Special thanks to Formby Oil & Propane for sponsoring the cost of lunch.

Please contact Cindy Helmer at chelmer@tctc.org or 918-287-3357 to RSVP for the professional development and free lunch and save your spot today.

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