Expert tips on meeting life's challenges
BEING prepared for the challenges in life can go a long way to making the journey smoother.
You can get expert advice on this at My Paper's Advance seminar tomorrow. Attendees stand a chance to win an Apple iPad mini slate in a lucky draw.
Veteran film-maker and life coach Daniel Yun - who has produced films such as 881 and The Eye - will speak on life goals.
Taking a step back could help you get a better perspective of your goals, as you can look at things with a "clearer and improved lens", he said.
Adrian Lau, senior psychologist at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, will offer tips on how to manage stress and how to turn stress to your advantage. Even those who are strong-minded need to be wary when they spot the warning signs of stress, said Mr Lau.
As even people in their 40s can be struck with heart-related diseases, knowing more about the scourges can help you to act on such conditions. Brian Khoo, a consultant at Cardiology Pacific Heart Centre, will give insights.
Tips on managing finances and saving up for a rainy day will be offered by financial adviser Sarah Lee of Manulife Singapore. She will also provide insights on loan restrictions.
The seminar will be held from 10am to 1pm at the Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium in Stamford Road. There is a registration fee of $10, and refreshments and a goodie bag for attendees.
To register, visit http://pbp.sph.com.sg/mpadv
Those who missed registering online can do so at the event as well.