WPC: Achievement

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How do you quantify or measure achievement? Do you allow people to measure it for you? Does society dictate how important your achievements are? Do you rate or compare your achievements to those of others? Do you make for yourself difficult or irrelevant goals because those achievements will move you up your social hierarchy?

Have you even sat down and thought about what achievement means? Sometimes we, myself included, do not give ourselves enough credit for the little daily achievements that we accomplish. Bet you didn’t even realise that entering a photo in the Weekly Photo Challenge is an achievement! Happy Sunday and have a good week. One love ๐Ÿ™‚

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12 thoughts on “WPC: Achievement

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  3. I totally agree with you. The small things in life are indeed achievements. Great shot for this week’s challenge: nature sprouting out of the rocks with all its might. For me, achieving starts in the morning: getting out of bed. Making someone smile ๐Ÿ™‚

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