Building a Legacy Series Using the Bible to live your life...It's a Lifestyle! Title: How to manage your mind As a man thinks in his heart so is he. When you control your thoughts, you control your life. In this session, you will learn how to manage what enters and leaves your mind so you can control your life. You will learn 7 major keys of managing your mind daily. Some of the keys include but are not limited to: •How to avoid distractions and steady your mind. •How to improve your mind and improve your life. •How to control your mind and manifest the future you desire. •How to detox your mind from unhealthy thoughts. I am so excited about this series because what you will learn has changed my life and that of many others. Your case will not be different. See you soon. Thanks, Benson Agbortogo One of the greatest tragedies in life is to die without a legacy. A legacy is a benefit your children or the next generation can inherit and continue to build upon. True legacy is a function of the fulfillment of purpose. Therefore the discovery of purpose is the key to building a lasting legacy. Until you discover your purpose, you cannot recover what you lost. This forum was established to help you discover, align and fulfill your purpose on earth. Join us in this exciting adventure. Free Series, 2nd Saturdays in the Atrium at the Cathedral! “Gathering of the Spirit” The Cathedral’s On-going Professional Support Group Here's the agenda: 2:00 Introductions 2:30 Begin Session 4:30 Close Session 5:15 Mass (If you'd like to attend) As always, this is a free forum open to everyone! Meeting the 2nd Saturdays of each month and all are welcome! We always have a resource table(s) available, so if you have information that can help others, please bring it along. We provide time for building relationships with each other, sharing information, lots of resources and often a featured guest or speaker. This is a great way to network and keep up with trends. We finish up in time for the 5:15PM Mass too! We provide you with: *Contacts to support your career and job hunting *Answers to your career and job search questions *Opportunity to share vital career and job search information *A wealth of resources on every aspect of your career journey *Spiritual fellowship and mutual affirmation If you have any questions about our gatherings please contact Pat Wisialowski, Cathedral Pastoral Associate [masked], 831 N Van Buren St Milwaukee WI, 53202 2nd Saturdays, Cathedral Atrium 2:00-4:00PM Enter from the glass doors through the Prayer Garden off Jackson Street or off Van Buren Street.