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Health is Wealth

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Presenters: Natalie Pace

Ask yourself these questions:

- Are you spending more than $200 a month on health insurance, or worse, on health care?
- Are you prone to every flu bug that hits the office?
- Are you eating a lot of takeout, fast food or prepared food?
- Are you worn-out, stressed out, overworked, underpaid or in debt?
- Are you overweight?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, join Natalie Pace in this engaging and informative webinar. She will share 11 easy ways to invest in health, even if you have a high-powered job, which can add up to more money in your budget and more time for fun with the family.

A simple shift into better habits - some that you might have thought were too extravagant for you to consider - affords you an attractive body, a healthier heart and mind, and beautifies your fiscal bottom line to boot.

Yes, it requires pushing pause on the routine you've set up for yourself. However, once you do, a healthy lifestyle becomes the way life is and something that rewards you in each footstep.

Natalie Pace is the co-creator of the Earth Gratitude project, the author of Amazon bestsellers The Gratitude Game, The ABCs of Money and Put Your Money Where Your Heart Is (aka You Vs. Wall Street). The ABCs of Money remained at or near the #1 Investing Basics e-book on Amazon for over 3 years (in its vertical). Natalie Pace has been ranked the No. 1 stock picker in the U.S. (above 830 other A-list pundits). Her budgeting and investing strategies are enthusiastically recommended by Gary Becker, a Nobel Prize winning economist/icon and TD AMERITRADE chairman Joe Moglia.

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Natalie Pace is a blogger, a repeat guest on national TV and radio shows such as CNBC, Good Morning America, Fox, ABC-TV,, NPR ,​ and more and a popular, engaging speaker at major conferences. As a strong believer in giving back, she has been instrumental in raising millions for public schools, financial literacy, the arts and underserved women and girls worldwide. Her sustainability tips have helped companies, organizations and individuals to save tens of thousands every year in their annual budget with smarter energy, budgeting and investing choices.