Defining Success: What is Your Greatest Accomplishment?

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“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson
We all come across this question …. What are accomplishments??? 1. Something that has been achieved successfully??
2. The successful achievement of a task??
3. Defining Success: What is Your Greatest Accomplishment? A recent grad from college, you’re wondering, “What’s next”? What are you supposed to do now? What’s the next step? Where are you going to get a job? What do you want to do with your life? Saying so long to college and saying hello to the real world is both terrifying and wildly exciting. Never have you felt the same sense of independence and freedom – but with that freedom comes new-found responsibility and pressure. You are not alone. Mistakes are going to be made, successes are going to be had, but through it all you’re going to discover more about yourself than you ever thought possible. Even if you feel you have gone “nowhere” in life, the fact remains that you still have things to be proud of. So what if you haven’t reached all of your goals yet? The point is that if you really look at yourself and your past, you will indeed find many things to be proud of.

Why Write Accomplishment Statements? Accomplishment statements or "success stories" are written proof of the results, achievements and successes from your past work experience. They are the heart of your resume marketing campaign and demonstrate what is UNIQUE about you as well as provide proof of the VALUE you can bring to a prospective employer. Accomplishments can be drawn from your professional work experience or from experiences in other areas such as: volunteer activities, community involvement, military experience, education (undergraduate or graduate), personal or home life

Ask Yourself These Questions to Help You Write Your Accomplishments Statements? "Have I ever…………………………?
Invented something or improved...
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