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Full of great psychological research, this book will help you reconsider the way you think about achievement and success. The book helps to reinforce the idea that greatness isn’t necessarily about natural talent, but about having the right attitude.
At the end of each week, before you plan the week ahead, write down at least 10 things you’ve accomplished, either personally or professionally. For example, “Reconnected with an old friend over coffee,” “Led first strategy meeting and received positive feedback,” or “Increased client base by 5%.” Honestly, anything you are proud of is fair game. Keeping track of your accomplishments will help energize you for the week ahead, and the career related accomplishments could be used for updating your resume or for performance review time.
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