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The difference between Achievement v Accomplishment?

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Posted 30th November 2012 at 08:46 AM by hayfj2

Has 2012 been a year of achievement for you so far or has it been a year of accomplishment?

I think its been a year of both for many British Athletes, Sportmen and women alike both in terms of winning medals and breaking existing records.

But what about you?

In my book, getting something done is an accomplishment, getting it done right is an achievement.

One thing for sure is, 2012 has been a year of change for my goodself, a number of changes in different areas, the overcoming of a few challenges and the completion of a few projects too.

I've finally completed and launched a new book, a new business start-up course, and just finalising the 2013 edition of The Lead Generation MBA home study course and happy to do a deal on the existing version before the new one comes out

And I can see that many people here on Ecademy have accomplished several things and achieved a few things too including Lyndon

Yet, some prefer just to talk about what they're going to do, but never seem to getting round to accomplish nor achieve anything themselves and prefer to take a pop at those who stop and reflect at the way they do things, and alter their course accordingly.

I think as we enter the final month of 2012, 2013 for a lot of people is going to be about DOING (and implementing all the change they've been embracing, enduring and working through in 2012.)

Has 2012 been a year of accomplishment, or a year of achievement so far for you?

And what does 2013 hold for you?

I hope 2013 is your best year yet, and that you accomplish and achieve everything you set out to do.



Fraser J. Hay
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