How do you track your successes?

For the next week, take 10 minutes at the end of the day to write down what went well and what you want to take care of tomorrow.

Why do this?
People often like to think that if you do good work, eventually you’ll be recognized for it. But the truth of the matter is that the people who are able to be vocal about their accomplishments (in the right way) are much more likely to be noticed and rewarded for them. (By the way, if you noticed that this challenge is similar to another one you've done, you're right. It is! We developed a series dedicated to sharing your accomplishments, and this challenge is part of that series.)
Knowing your value at your organization helps you to advocate for yourself when it comes to for promotions, projects you’d like to be a part of, or other opportunities that you might otherwise miss.
What's next?
At the end of the week, look back through what you’ve written down and highlight the accomplishment you’re most proud of. If you keep this practice up, by the time you apply for a promotion or a new job you’ll have a host of specific successes to back up why you would thrive in that role.

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