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Greater Fort Myers Chamber’s July 21 luncheon to highlight tips for better work-life balance

The Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce’s monthly luncheon on July 21 will share insights on how to maintain a greater work-life balance.

Guests of the luncheon will hear from speaker David Essel, a best-selling author, counselor, master life coach, international speaker, TV/radio host and minister.

During the program, Essel will spotlight ways to take back control in life and reestablish work-life balance, covering the importance of health benefits relating to a balanced life as well as how to navigate stress, the never-ending workday, time management and scheduling.

The luncheon will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. on Thursday, July 21 at Holiday Inn Fort Myers Airport at Town Center, located 9931 Interstate Commerce Drive in Fort Myers. Admission is $25 for Chamber members and $35 for future members and includes lunch.

To learn more or to register, visit FortMyers.org or call 239-332-2930.

About the Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce:
Serving Lee County and surrounding areas since 1989, the Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is a business organization of professionals who support and promote a progressive, sustainable community. The Chamber represents over 725 businesses, professionals, and individuals throughout Lee County, providing opportunities for members to participate in a variety of meaningful networking, educational and community- and business-focused programs and events. The Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce is located at 2310 Edwards Drive in downtown Fort Myers. For additional information regarding membership opportunities or events please call 239-332-2930 or visit www.fortmyers.org. For the latest news and updates, follow the Chamber on Facebook at www.facebook.com/gfmcc.

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