Posted by Meg Soper, 20-09-2017

Do you ever wonder about how to find answers to feeling well? Are you challenged by the constant changes in the healthcare system?

Your personal health is important – as I’ve said before, you need to make YOURSELF a priority! Take some time to learn more about your health and wellbeing at the upcoming Creating Infinite Health 2017 Global Health Care Symposium.

 

It’s a free online event you can attend from your computer screen!

I am one of 23 featured experts participating in this 12 day symposium, so please tune in and take some time to focus on you.

Here are just a few of the topics we’ll be covering:

  • Learn to trust your intuition
  • Develop and understand the importance of integrative and allopathic medicine
  • No matter how you look or feel, learn to create an important connection to your body and love your life
  • Understand the importance of self-care and how to be your own advocate
  • Deepen the understanding of nutrition and your body
  • Discover self-compassion; as you find the ability to be kind to yourself, you can help to change the world
  • Learn how to make intelligent choices about healthcare

Event Details

When: Sept. 25 – Oct. 6, 2017
Where:
Anywhere you have access to a computer and the internet
Who:
Hosted by Lynn Misch, with 23 other featured experts (including me!)
How Much? Free!

 

Still not sure? Visit the registration page and watch Lynn’s video to learn more.


Meg Soper is a Registered Nurse, stand-up comedian, and motivational humorist speaker who can help you learn to take on life’s stressors, create positive workplaces, and achieve work-life balance. Get in touch with Meg today!

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About Meg Soper

Meg Soper is a leading motivational humorist for organizations in North America. Her unique perspective combines the insights and experiences of her last thirty years spent as a Registered Nurse, stand-up comedian, and ultimately a motivational speaker. Meg has co-authored two books and appeared on the CBC Television network, Women’s Television network, and Prime TV as well as on radio and at comedy festivals.