Lessons learned about youth

Weekly Reminder: Live in the present moment
Being present in the moment is your key to
  being yarely, yielding, and younger

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How do you feel about your youth?

Here are a few ideas about youth for your consideration.

Youth is seen by some…

…as an age that comes around just once in a life-time

…as being ageless

…in action, activity, and attitude

Conclusions, and takeaways Youth must be preserved,
and protected!

You are able to take your lessons learned about youth to
the next level when you…

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Read Stillness Speaks
Share your youth

Bottom line: How we connect, and share the youth within
us is important,

The choice is yours!

Press this link>>> to know more about how you feel about your
lessons learned about youth.

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What are your lessons learned about youth?

As soon as you accept, and feel safe to share how your lessons learned
about youth
has helped you get more done with less distress share
them below…

We encourage, and support you on your lessons learned about youth!

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Preview of Next Edition ~ June 11, 2014
Lessons learned about awareness

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