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Intellectual Wellness

Desire to learn new concepts, improve skills, and seek challenges in pursuit of lifelong learning.


Critical Thinking and Lifelong Learning

  • A devotion to lifelong learning and a desire to think critically.

  • Working on yourself intellectually is a vital tool you can use to expand your current skills and knowledge to develop new expertise

  • A way to become more creative and work on your critical thinking and problem solving skills.

  • Books, magazines, blogs, puzzles, reading, learning new skills, hobbies, learn a new language, laugh with friends, cook, play, game and more!


Strengthen Your Brain

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Developing Intellectual Wellness

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Create  a life of wellness

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The Active Brain

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Strengths Finder

One way to improve our intellectual wellness is to learn more about our strengths and live out our passion through these strengths. For more information and to take the strengths finder quiz, visit the links below.

Developing a Growth Mindset

"In a growth mindset, you look for what you've learned. You don't know what your abilities are until you make a full commitment to developing them. The hallmark of successful people is that they are always stretching themselves to learn new things."

Carol Dweck

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