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Christmas Challenges Flex It

Christmas Challenges Flex It

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Published by: just1thing on Dec 13, 2012
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Hello, gents! Want a chance to add some serious “musclemass” to your character? These would be “muscles” ofkindness, courtesy, respect, chivalry, and love. If so, thenlearn how you can "Flex It!" by putting these challenges intopractice. These challenges are designed to stretch you, pushyou, pump you up, and ultimately enhance your character by afew notches!
Christmas Challenges:
  Flex It!
Challenge #2 
 Like a Gentleman:
Do gentlemanly deeds on each of the next seven days. Here are seven ideas to get you started:…open a door for someone(s)…carry something heavy for someone…give a sincere compliment…offer a friend yourdessert…pull out a lady's chair forher when she comes to the table…ask someone to tell youabout his/her day and listenintently …compliment a friend ofyour family, who is a parent, onone of his/her children
Challenge #1
 Be a Channel for Cheer:
 Step 1:
Do something foreach member of yourfamily that takes someeffort on your part and shows each that you care.For example, bake enoughcookies for each person to have some or whittle aChristmas figurine (out ofwood or soap) for eachperson.
 Step 2:
Write down sincere compliments foreach person. Consider compliments that you feel each onewould appreciate receiving.
 Step 3:
Deliver both the gift (cookies, whittled figurine, etc.) and the compliments to each member of your family. You wouldn't need to personally give these treats; you could even leave the gift on their bedside tables, or ask someone else to pass it on to them.

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