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Northwest Minnesota Foundation to host stress management workshops

The Northwest Minnesota Foundation is sponsoring a three-part stress management workshop designed for business owners. Presented by Deb McGregor, a consultant with the Northwest Minnesota Small Business Development Center, life coach and neurotransformational coach through her business, Life Full of Joy, the workshops will be held from 8 to 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday mornings, Nov. 9, 16 and 23, in the Mayflower Building, 102 First St. W. There will also be 30 minutes for questions after each session.

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BEMIDJI — The Northwest Minnesota Foundation is sponsoring a three-part stress management workshop designed for business owners.

Presented by Deb McGregor, a consultant with the Northwest Minnesota Small Business Development Center, life coach and neurotransformational coach through her business, Life Full of Joy, the workshops will be held from 8 to 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday mornings, Nov. 9, 16 and 23, in the Mayflower Building, 102 First St. W. There will also be 30 minutes for questions after each session.

The workshop, titled “Rise of the Resilient,” will help business owners learn how to cope with stress, beat brain fog, strengthen relationships, and move their businesses forward to increase personal and business success, a release said.

Each session will tackle a different topic about stress and resilience. The Nov. 9 workshop will focus on understanding stress and how it can impact your ability to own and manage a business; five concrete strategies for working with stress will be presented.

On Nov. 16, participants will learn how to build resilience through the four Cs of connection, consistency, creativity and community.

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At the final workshop on Nov. 23, participants will learn how to transform the way they process situations and emotions by learning to activate their brains to understand and work with stressful situations.

Registration is encouraged, but not required, and business owners can attend all three or any individual session. Register for the workshops at form.jotform.com/NMF1986/resilient-registration.

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