Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business luncheon featuring David Brooke set for March 8

The Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business luncheon on Wednesday, Mar. 8, will feature David George Brooke, also known as “That Gratitude Guy.” The luncheon is will begin at 11:30 a.m. in the ballroom at the Snoqualmie Casino.

David George Brooke, That Gratitude Guy, presents a fast paced 30-minute talk on the power of embracing gratitude. Having suffered numerous losses and traumatic setbacks, David speaks about his real-life experiences, and offers solutions that can impact lives.

By applying the lessons of living with gratitude, Brook illustrates how any situation in life can be reframed and refocused into a fulfilling journey by using the simple principles of gratefulness.

Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business helps connect professional women and business owners that support in-person and on-line business growth. To learn more, or to register for the luncheon, visitwww.svwib.com.

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