Dynamic speaker can teach you positive money behaviours and attitudes in Comox

Learn positive money behaviours and attitudes with Dr. Gail Muzio on April 7 from 1:30 to 4:30 at the Comox Lions Den.

Learn positive money behaviours and attitudes with Dr. Gail Muzio on April 7 from 1:30 to 4:30 at the Comox Lions Den.

“Gail is a dynamic motivating and humourous speaker moving people’s hearts and their feet into action,” says Brian Allaert, a Courtenay resident who has known Gail since 1989. He

invites people seeking a greater life experience of true wealth and prosperity to come and meet Gail.

“Gail’s personal success and passion for life will inspire you to greater experiences in all areas of your life,” promises Allaert.

On Sunday, lay the foundation for your financial intelligence by learning to weed out the fears that block wealth from flowing into your life. Learn to be free without concern on managing your finances.

Contact 1-866-853-9866 or info@unitycomoxvalley.com with your questions or to register.

This life-changing workshop is offered on a by donation basis. The suggested donation is $30.

Dr. Muzio will also speak that morning at Unity Comox Valley. Their service begins at 10:30 a.m. in Comox at the Lions Den located on Nordin Street.

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