Step One: Make The Decision To Take The First Step And Start Your Journey
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Step One: Make The Decision To Take The First Step And Start Your Journey

Step One – You have to decide to start your journey and get aboard. Make a conscious decision. Start by becoming a member. Not only can you chat with other members, you can start your own discussion groups,comment on articles and share your opinion. It might not sound like much, but finding your voice is important first step on your own personal journey. So join! Sign up here.

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Look to the other steps. Your on Step one.

3 Simple Steps to Move On

  1. You have to decide to start the journey and get aboard. Make a conscious decision. (Become a member and comment on articles and share your opinion)
  2. You have to decide to take the high road and Soar (it’s ok to clip a few tree tops!) and not stay in the quagmire/pig pen. Make a plan or a direction. Where do you want to go or be at the end of the journey? Without a plan you will be buffeted by the wind and thrown off course.  Learn how to steer and navigate around storms or deal with them without crashing. (Get a Life Coach to help understand your Goals and desires)
  3. Make the journey to discover yourself, your loves, passions. goals and work on yourself and prepare for the next relationship, stage, opportunity or growth. (Share your story and write. Free your voice and help others)
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Thom Slade
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“Healing for the broken hearted. A map, guide and community to move on positively/fantastically in life with a healthy beaming smile”
Thom. Thom is the originator and alter-ego of ivemovedon.com. Divorce Survivor, Single Parent, and now moving on to new adventures in Life. Follow his journey here every week, or on Instagram and Facebook.

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