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What are your plans for the next 10 years?
What are your plans for the next 10 years?

A lot of people plan ahead. While I am not a huge “planner” I do tend to come up with 5-year or 10-year plans for me, or my family.  Its probably thanks to that one interview question that perspective employers always ask; “Where do you see yourself in 10 years?”  I would ask the same thing.  Got big plans?  My first inner response to that question, is I would like to BE HERE!  How about you?  February is GO RED FOR WOMEN month, and its a great time to do what you need to do to make sure you will be here in 10 years, and beyond!  Go Red Heart CheckUps is an online tool that provides a 10-year personal heart disease risk assessment.  I know, it doesn’t sound like the best way to spend a few spare moments, but it could provide benefits that will last you a (much longer) lifetime!  Come on!  Check it out today!  Its worth it…you are worth it!

 

http://www.goredforwomen.org/know-your-risk/find-out-your-risk/heart-checkup/

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