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    Reactivating Your

    PASSION

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    Readjusting Your

    ATTITUDE

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    Reapplying Your

    GIFTS

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    Recapturing Your

    LIFE  

Welcome to Living4Ward

Life is a journey and all journeys require fuel.  Fuel that feeds the soul, replenishes the body, refreshes the mind and nurtures the emotions.  Life is a journey and the fuel tanks are our internal batteries.  They get drained and when they are low on charge, the journey slows, the forward movement stalls and we tend to think, “now what?”  Take The Next Step is excited to introduce Living4ward...a connection point to recharge your internal batteries.

Living4ward provides 4 essential charging stations:  Reactivating your passion, Readjusting your attitude, Reapplying your gifts and Recapturing your life.  Connecting consistently with these stations will provide elements that will help you live 4ward with your life.  Visit regularly for weekly blogs, event updates and other opportunities.  Sign up for the e-newsletter and gain helpful information on how you can consistently take the next steps for living4ward.



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