do you think you are an ACHIEVER or not?
December 6, 2009 8:35pm CST
By definition, achievement means ... something accomplished successfully, especially by means of effort, skill, practice, or perseverance. an accomplishment of something noteworthy with much effort and often inspite of obstacle and discouragement. in one way or another, each of us has accomplish something that gives value to our person, something that we can be proud of because we know that we gave our all to achievement something, and that something will cement confidence in ourselves. - and it can be a course of personal joy and happiness. in your case, can you say that you made something that gives you pride and joy to yourself? can you name it? how it made you what you are now?
7 Dec 09
Hi. I would like to believe that I am an achiever. I was an achiever in terms of my academics, profession and family status. I celebrate success whenever I have accomplished the goals I have set. My goals could be hard or simple ones. What's important is that I'm grateful even for small successes in my life.
7 Dec 09
hmmnnn CONGRATULATIONS! indeed from the way i read your response, i know it is being articulated by an achiever. keep up the good work Sole! oh by the way, could you help me in this: can you send me here a reference materials that talks about general mental ability and achievement? your generosity is very much counted in heaven. thanks very much!
8 Dec 09
Hi. I could share some e-books or audio books about general mental abilities. I'm not sure if I could send the files thru myLot. I guess I have to send the files via e-mail. Please send me a private message how I could send the files to you. Thanks.
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7 Dec 09
i can say that about my business. i have spend years trying to get out of the work force. even though i can only work part time (due to a disability), i didn't even want to have to do that. you see, i am an achiever, but for the goals that I set for myself, not anybody else. i am very proud of how my online business has come along, and provided a way for me and my family to have an extra income. it can only get better from here. i use to set my goals aside and replace them with other people's goals for me. we have to be careful of that, too.
16 Dec 09
true, achievement that is motivated by our own desire to reach something is indeed a victory for us. it can give a sense of fulfillment, and a source of inspiration to others. indeed, it is also true also that some people achieve something because other people wants it for them, in effect you cannot truly be happy with what you achieve but you are making other people happy at your expense. in someways, sacrificing to make others happy can also be a source of achievement. either way, as long as it is not deterrent to your own person, why not? i would like to commend you for setting a goal for yourself and became successful with it. to you, your goal is clear, you seemingly know what you want. Cheer MoonGypsy!