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9th annual Crow Wing Energized Health Summit is rooted in happiness

Free event is 8:30-1 p.m. Sept. 16 in Baxter

More than 300 registered for the fifth annual Crow Wing Energized Health and Wellness Summit Friday in Baxter with speakers, breakout sessions and panel discussion. Renee Richardson / Brainerd Dispatch
The event begins with registration and light breakfast 8-8:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 16, at Lakewood Church in Baxter, 6284 Fairview Road N. The summit runs 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. with lunch provided.
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BAXTER — Back in person for the first time since the pandemic, the free ninth annual Crow Wing Energized Health Summit is focused on happiness.

Keynote speaker Berta Lippert’s address is titled, “The Science of Happiness: Flourish in your personal & professional life!”

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“Harness the power of Positive Psychology to maximize happiness at home and at work. Experience more positive emotions, greater engagement, deeper meaning, healthier relationships, more fulfilling work, and thriving communities. The Science of Happiness is an engaging, evidence-based keynote to help you flourish in your personal and professional life!” Crow Wing Energized reported on its website.

The event begins with registration and light breakfast 8-8:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 16, at Lakewood Church in Baxter, 6284 Fairview Road N. The summit runs 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. with lunch provided.

Key takeaways include:

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  • What’s the “positive” in positive psychology?
  • Key aspects of the science of happiness & well-being,
  • Applications of positive psychology,
  • Positive psychology interventions,
  • Character strengths and virtues, and
  • The flourish framework.

Crow Wing Energized noted there are many opportunities to network and learn about all the things Crow Wing Energized is doing. The event is free of charge. Participants are required to register at https://bit.ly/3Btf41X , which will help in determining lunches. For more information, go to crowwingenergized.org .

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