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Top United World Artists are entitled to a new website that has been provided by a volunteer Pass It Forward (PIF) online mentor as part of a "Service Grant" from We, The World.

The best way to begin is to go to aunitedworld@gmail.com and request to meet a mentor on Skype or comparable. In just 30 minutes your mentor will help you L.O.V.E.

Learn your purpose
Organize your passion
Volunteer your gift
Engage your heart
After you complete your 30 minute online chat you will then be able to do the same thing for others so that you can then pass it forward too.  Your PIF Mentor cannot fully help you until he/sheI knows your purpose, passion and gift (everyone has a gift!).  For a better understanding for what a PIF Mentor is go to www.aunitedworld.org/mentor.asp.    
If you would like to set up a specific day and time to meet online, please write to aunitedworld@gmail.com.    

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