181 examples of Accomplishments in a sentence
This is not a story of a nameless someone who lived in some war, who we do not know their hopes, their dreams, their accomplishments, their families, their beliefs, their values.
I want my son to have a choice to contribute fully in the workforce or at home, and I want my daughter to have the choice to not just succeed, but to be liked for her
Sometimes parents contaminate the deidentification process, communicating to their kids subtly or not, that only certain kinds of
will be applauded in the home.
You see, you can go ahead and create new pandemics, and the researchers who did this were so proud of their accomplishments, they wanted to publish it openly so that everybody could see this and get access to this information.
So back to our friend Ben Franklin, who, one of his lesser-known
was that in 1736 he founded the first volunteer firefighting company in Philadelphia, called a brigade.
It strikes me as a better goal, and, dare I say, a more virtuous one, to focus on making productive kids and moral kids, and to simply hope that happiness will come to them by virtue of the good that they do and their
and the love that they feel from us.
No; I'm going to let my goals, and my success, and my
be the things that define me - Not my outer appearance, not the fact that I'm visually impaired, not the fact that I have this syndrome that nobody knows what it is.
were almost too many to name.
Knowing that I may only have a few months to live caused me to see how foolish it was for me to base my entire self-worth on how hard I worked and the
from hard work.
Beyond the obvious pain and struggle, there was a healthy dose of laughter and
Escaping slavery; risking everything to save her family; leading a military raid; championing the cause of women’s suffrage; these are just a handful of the
of one of America’s most courageous heroes.
Even after writing eleven books and winning several prestigious awards, Maya Angelou couldn’t escape the nagging doubt that she hadn’t really earned her
at the level of Angelou’s or Einstein’s are rare, but their feeling of fraudulence is extremely common.
Why can’t so many of us shake feelings that we haven’t earned our accomplishments, or that our ideas and skills aren’t worthy of others’ attention?
I had hoped that this game would reveal some truth about my students, because they lie so often and so easily, whether about the mythical
of their Great Leader, or the strange claim that they cloned a rabbit as fifth graders.
And fundamentally, it's a story about how starting as very small children and continuing out all the way to the greatest
of our culture, we get the world right.
Without these efforts, without taking these stands, our
are going to mean very little.
One of his most impressive
is his use of insults.
For this selfless act of devotion to science, Dr. Unger received an Ig Nobel Prize, a parody of the Nobel Prize that recognizes wacky, but weirdly fascinating, scientific
Does that change the way you think of me and my
And you may take great joy in some of its
The self-promotion double bind is that if we don't advertise our accomplishments, no one notices.
But if we ask for advice about one of our accomplishments, we are able to be competent in their eyes but also be likeable.
And though I don't really want to disparage at all the
of our species, as much as we wish it to be so and often pretend that it is, we are not the measure of all things.
The evaluators were also quick to dismiss their
of a 70-year-old entrepreneur every bit as meaningful, every bit as newsworthy, as the
of a 30-year-old entrepreneur?
We've had a lot of
and it's been a tremendous success.
And I knew how Mr. Webster defined it, as the accumulation of material possessions or the attainment of a position of power or prestige, or something of that sort, worthy
perhaps, but in my opinion, not necessarily indicative of success.
But are these great
in digital technology really the endgame in terms of what can be achieved?
And right off the garage he has his own trophy room where he can sort of bask in his accomplishments, which is another sort of important part about a manspace.