Week 43 – What Accomplishments Stand Out In My Work?
Over the past several weeks, seek you’ve examined what gives meaning to your life. As the year begins to wind down, pharmacy it seems appropriate to reflect on all that you’ve accomplished so far. This week focus only on your accomplishments at work. When I help my clients update their resume, viagra they always seem to get stuck on listing the accomplishments they’ve achieved at work. It feels a little like boasting and we’ve all learned, from an early age, that boasting is not good manner. So it isn’t surprising that this can feel like a challenging task.
This week, I challenge you to come up with 5-10 accomplishments from your work experiences. Think of work broadly and as more than just a paycheck. It can be paid or unpaid work, the work you do in raising your family, in your community, or in your home. Think about what others have said about your work. As you list your accomplishments, try to answer these three key questions:
- What did I do that was very well done?
- How do I feel about this accomplishment?
- What was the outcome of doing this?
This exercise will help you to recognize the great work you are doing. It will also help you see where your efforts are being directed and what contributions you are making. You’ll get a better sense of your strengths and talents. You’ll also gain a better understanding of where you want to continue to use the strengths and talents you have; which ones give you the greatest sense of joy; and what other strengths and talents you’d like to develop.
Dianne is a certified coach who helps individuals thrive as they successfully manage the dynamics of incessant demands; and the author of a new book: If There Are No Limits… A guide to living with passion, purpose and possibilities. For more information, visit the book page on this website.