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Happy New Year and with the new year comes new year resolutions that I know we are going to faithfully keep. What are your resolutions? Before you answer that, I know that we will all resolve to lose weight, exercise more, take those college classes we been putting off, be better parents, be more proactive, and so forth. As we are all set to start working on those new year resolutions, the one thing I would like you to focus on is exercise. Now you are thinking, that is so typical, we always say that we need to exercise more and we are correct. I don’t mean just in the physical aspect but the mental and intellectual aspect as well. We need to exercise our minds as well as our bodies. You can do this by doing the following:

• Read a book
• Visit a blog
• Gain valuable knowledge and insight from a website such as Leadertank.com
• Start a conversation with a respected professional ,peer, or even a stranger
• Watch an informative video or television show
• Learn something new with your child by reading and/or engaging in a learning event with them from a book, video, or an application
• Start a debate with someone and watch how it unfolds with both individuals learning something

These are just a few tips to help you exercise your mind. Be creative and join the conversation by posting your thoughts and ideas on how to exercise your mind. I look forward to connecting with everyone as we learn new tips and techniques on how to exercise the mind. 

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“CREATE EVERLASTING MEMORIES”

Don’t get so caught up in the memory of how things used to be in the past that you can’t create new memories to enjoy in the future.  There are people that walk around moaning and groaning about how things used to be all the time.  They reminisce constantly about “the good life” they used to have and that “today’s life” is so miserable.

The thing you have to understand is that all those memories in the past that we cherish so much were created, and created by you.  So, my challenge to you is create new memories today that you will cherish tomorrow because if you don’t get out there and make it happen, you will not have those memories to enjoy.

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Sincerely,
Terry W. Thompson