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Keep track of the things you've done and why they matter.

Our free Accomplishment Journal will help you keep a record of your daily actions and connect them to the ways those actions shape who we are becoming.
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Take life off autopilot and start taking mindful action

Some days it can seem like life is on autopilot.

Most days the time between breakfast and dinner can dissapear right before our eyes. Before we know it, days can start blending together and the day-to-day starts feeling mundane and monotonous.

It's easy to get lost in the busyness of the day.

Our days begin with a long list of things that need to get done in order to feel like we've been productive. But before we know it, someone's sick, pipes start leaking, and deadlines get moved up.

We're left feeling discouraged and unproductive.

We reach the end of our day feeling like we didn't accomplish what's most important. After a while, it seems like nothing is ever going to change and that we're going to live in this mundane cycle forever.

The actions we take shape who we are

The things we do in life shape who we are and how we interact with the world around us. Our daily decisions and actions create the stories of our lives, and our experiences influence and guide us. Every action we take, every decision we make, and every experience we have can have a lasting impact on our lives. But we often do things without taking the time to reflect on what we do and why it matters. The Accomplishment Journal is a tool that provides space to keep a record of daily actions and connect them to the way those actions shape who we are becoming.
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Connect to the way your actions shape who you are becoming

Use the Accomplishment Journal to keep a record of your daily actions and connect them to the ways those actions shape who we are becoming.
Keep track of the things you do
Throughout the day, write down the things you actually do. This helps you get a grasp of the things you get done instead of only thinking about what still needs to be done.
Record why these things count
It's easy to reach the end of the day and feel like you haven't done anything. Taking time to record why the things you did matter helps provide meaning and purpose to your day.
Connect your actions to their deeper purpose
As you begin connecting your actions to the reasons they count, you'll understand how they shape who you are becoming and ground you in the decisions you make day-to-day.
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