Benefits of habit “Record and share your accomplishments”

✓ Improves self-esteem
✓ Improves the look of professionalism
✓ Makes you more noticeable
✓ Gives you chance to reflect on great things you did
✓ Improves everyone’s overall opinion of you

First step:

Share 1 accomplishment


1. This week, write down and share 1 great accomplishment you did fairly recently.
2. Next week, share another accomplishment.
3. Keep this up, until you run out of things to share.
4. Whenever you accomplish something new, don’t forget to share it.

Helpful tips to make it a habit:

✓ Same time is key. Dedicate 5 to 10 minutes to coherently describing your accomplishment every evening after work. Not only will this work as a relaxation time, it will also have largest impact on social media in terms of timing.
✓ Trigger your mind. Keep a notebook of your accomplishments and put it somewhere visible, so you wouldn’t miss it.
✓ Let the app help. A reminder function is a great way to keep a timing consistency on your accomplishment sharing. Use it to the fullest.
✓ Reward yourself. Once you’ve gone a full month of weekly sharing, reward yourself by raising a glass of good champagne to your own honor. It’s great to be accomplished and you should cherish it.

Tips for beginners:

✓ Observe yourself. What makes you keep all the great things you did a secret? Is it too much humbleness? Do you think it’s not big enough to share? Make sure you ask yourself that question and have a good answer. It will be easier to overcome yourself.
✓ Don’t overshare. If you flood your feed with truly small and insignificant achievements, indeed they might lose their value. Think well on what you want to share and how to phrase it well. Make sure you don’t overstate either, for lying often comes out really fast.
✓ Choose who to share with. If you don’t feel comfortable sharing your accomplishments to the entirety of your social media, choose a closed group or a chat group to share it with instead.