I strive for achievement in daily life.

Life can feel like a string of days filled with lists of things to do. To make life more fulfilling, I want to feel like I accomplish something every day.

I try to find a time in each day when I can achieve something, regardless of how small. I feel good about the fact that I have accomplished something that day.

The size of the accomplishment matters less than the act of achievement itself. Whether I reach a small step toward a life goal or complete a large project at work, I celebrate. I accomplished something I set out to do. I can feel good about my efforts to succeed.

Sometimes, I vow to concentrate on a specific goal by achieving a part of it each day. As the day passes and I achieve my mini-goal for that day, I feel exhilarated. Taking even one more step closer to attaining one of my goals is truly invigorating for me.

I am thrilled to know that I can accomplish whatever I set my mind to, simply by striving to achieve something each day.

Today, I am proud of my efforts to achieve something every day. I intend to focus my efforts on doing something little each day that brings me closer to attaining my life’s goals.

Self-Reflection Questions

1. Do I regularly check to see if I am achieving something each day?
2. How can I ensure I accomplish something during the day?
3. What can I do to take notice of and celebrate my daily achievements?