The turnout for our bi-annual T.E. Wealth Speaker Series events got off to a great start this year in Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver. These events are more than just a chance to bring topics of interest to our clients; they’re a chance for us to connect with you – and for you to connect with others, in that close-knit way that is so unique to the T.E. Wealth experience.
Based on client feedback from one of our previous Speaker Series events, The Art of Living Well and Leaving Wills was designed to provide you with important information on Will and estate regulations, such as the impact of owning multiple properties in different jurisdictions. Our presenters were in-house experts, Lynne Triffon (VAN), Karen Hall and Judith Fulton (CAL), and Marcy Ages (TOR).
This was preceded by a presentation from Executive Weight Loss Coach, Adele Tevlin, who spoke about how certain trigger foods can impact our brains, affecting our mood and decision-making ability. She raised a few eyebrows after announcing an everyday food item that she wants everyone to throw out! T.E. Wealth’s holistic approach to financial counsel recognizes the importance of optimal health in the overall goal of financial wellness.
So, what did our clients think? Some of the comments we received were:
“Both topics were excellent and provided useful insights.”
“Best Speaker Series yet – we wish it could have been longer!”
“It encouraged us to review our Will again.”
You can view a video recording of the Toronto event here.
“The Art of Leaving Wills”, by Marcy Ages
“Neuropsychology Combined With Nutrition Explains Why We Are What We Eat”, by Adele Tevlin
Our next Speaker Series event will be held in Montreal on May 28th where T.E. Mirador’s Jane Cheong, vice president and consultant, and legal expert Sylvain Carpentier will speak about Wills and estates. Adele Tevlin will also present on wellness. You can learn more about Adele at www.adelewellness.com
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