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Accountability Activity- Focus on Successes



Accountability Activity - to get you refocused on what needs to happen now to plan, launch, manage, grow or leverage your profitable business.

Sometimes we move so fast as an entrepreneur, doing so many different things, that we tend to not notice how much we've actually accomplished in a particular span of time. 

When we don't acknowledge our accomplishments and successes on a regular basis, we have the false assumption that we're not actually getting much done, which in turn affects our self-confidence (and then THAT affects the way we take action.)  

Take a moment to look back at what you accomplished this week. List 5 things you are grateful to have worked on, or successes you experienced:
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