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Knowing My Accomplishments

We all have accomplishments -- things we're good at and know how to do. We bet there are a ton of things you can already do. You've probably learned all kinds of stuff from friends and family or others. Maybe you haven't even thought much about it. Or maybe you have. But knowing what you do well can help identify things that you've already accomplished.

What exactly is an accomplishment?

An accomplishment is basically a goal that you have met. It can be as simple as not being late to school for a whole week or making sure you brush your teeth every day. Accomplishments can also be more complicated, like reaching a really important goal that you set for yourself, such as applying for college or passing your driver's education test.

The bottom line is that anything can be an accomplishment. So think about all of your accomplishements and give yourself a pat on the back!

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