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How to Find Things to Achieve When Your Job Doesn’t Provide That Outlet

By Pamelabrowncoaching @coach_pam_brown

If you are a high achiever, you are always thirsty for accomplishment.  More than likely, you want to achieve big things and make a difference in the world.  Well, what if your job doesn’t give you the opportunity to achieve and grow?

After all, achievement is your life line.  Without it, you suffocate.

I was experiencing the same problem until I created a list of possible achievements for myself.  Achievement is nothing more that a positive outcome.  And when you spread achievement to other areas of your life, you tend to be more balanced and satisfied.  Here is my list…

  1. Relationships: reaching out more to my friends; telling my parents how I love and appreciate them more; making new friends and focusing on what we have in common versus what’s different about us
  2. Maintaining and building a relationship with God: Without Him I’m nothing.
  3. Loving and affirming myself each day
  4. Building a success identity
  5. Hearing someone say, “You really helped me today”, no matter what it was that I helped them with.
  6. Small successes in handling my finances
  7. Encouraging excellence and self-love among my family and friends

What are some ways you achieve things each day?  Leave comments below!

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