accomplish

Related Terms
To complete or finish a task or goal. "He successfully was able to accomplish his goal of reading two books last month, and was even able to start reading a third."

Use 'accomplish' in a Sentence

I let the team know what goals I wanted to accomplish before the year was over, which included getting more customers.
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Being able to finally accomplish something you have worked hard on for so long is on of the best feelings in life.
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The new data team set out to accomplish the goals laid out by the supervisor and they operated with enthusiasm.
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Notable Quotable

Pride Precedes Performance
"If you take pride in doing good work, your work is much more likely to be good. You don't need to be a perfectionist (and sometimes it's even detrimental), but be proud of what you accomplish and you'll accomplish more."
- Tom Murcko


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