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Whether things are busy or slow at work, carve out time to complete your accomplishments sheet. An accomplishments sheet is a document that highlights your successes. Others may not remember all the great things you did. This is your opportunity to show and remind others of your achievements.
An accomplishments sheet takes discipline to start and maintain, but it is an investment in your career advancement. You can leverage this information to ask for what you want, whether it is a promotion or raise, benefits-related or another job opportunity. Here are the five steps to completing your accomplishments sheet: