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Your Financial GPS

By: Laura Chiesman

What if you woke up one day in a strange country with no passport, map or GPS? Even worse, what if you couldn’t speak the language, had no relevant job experience and didn’t have any local currency?

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Balance

By: Tom Kirk 

Balanced can be defined as having different elements in the correct proportions, as in eating a balanced diet.  When we do so, we not only get the nutrition we need to survive, but also a healthy and strong mind and body we can enjoy to experience life as we choose.

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Your Map

By: Jamie Ostrander

As a child growing up during the height of the cold war here in Central Florida, I always enjoyed the big vinyl maps that the teacher would pull down over the chalk board. I was eager to learn about the local geography, the river, inlets and ocean topography and how the coastline can change over time. 

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Alternating Currents

By: Tom Kirk 

When sailing across a large body of open water you must start with a plan or there is little likelihood you will arrive safely at your destination.  Along the way you must also monitor your progress and make adjustments for changes in currents, wind direction and speed. 

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