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Do you track your achievements?

Madza
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Keeping track of your progress can be a huge motivation booster.
When you get stuck or out of inspiration, you can look back to what you have achieved and be grateful for that.

A nice example: Florin Pop's timeline.

Currently, I'm tracking my achievements in Notion. Do you track your achievements, too? What do you use for that?

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The Noble Tijan

I don't keep track because I feel what I have done or created is something someone has created even better :(. But I am changing tho :)

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Jon Randy

No

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James Linden

Back in my day, that was called a CV. ;-)

The timeline view is pretty cool, though!

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Ru

I love using Notion's habit tracker template.

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Madza Author

Didn't know they had one, tbh πŸ˜‰

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Junhong Kim

Thanks for sharing inspiring example.

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Madza Author

No worries, hope you find it useful πŸ˜‰

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Thomas Bnt • Edited

Nope could be great for personal history and see the evolution πŸ˜„

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Madza Author

All roads are open to make that one of New Year's resolutions πŸŽ―πŸ˜‰

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Justin

I have a trello board that has all my completed task and projects, that's keeps me encouraged to keep completing things. :D

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Sherman Bernard

I track my achievements and study time. Using Google sheets.

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Charanjit Chana