accomplish


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Accomplish delivers on both fronts: we're the only productivity app that provides a vetted list of free spaces to work in your own neighborhood.
It is possible to create goals and desires that we don't truly want to accomplish.
One of the most effective tools in any work environment is to plan your day early as to what you intend to accomplish that day.
One major lesson learned was that charter development is very time-intensive, and adequate time must be budgeted within a workshop to accomplish this specific goal.
When her efforts pay off with an A on the quiz, this increases her personal belief that she can accomplish similar tasks in the future.
I hope that those of you here today will carry on and try to accomplish some of the same kinds of things that I was able to accomplish, with the help of the people around me.
Resources are the physical items that can be utilized to accomplish a goal, such as technology and personnel.
However you characterize a leader, I believe your success depends not so much on what you are able to do, as on what you are able to get others to accomplish.
However, he knew that he would never accomplish his entrepreneurial dream without stepping out of his comfort zone and taking a chance.
Besides church groups and labor unions, we were one of the only groups in this country to accomplish that feat.
The board has the responsibility and the right to decide what they want to accomplish, and to monitor carefully the progress of the district and the superintendent.
For example, if someone on your staff is responsible for determining the appropriate ICD-9 codes for billing claims, that staff member will need access to the resident's complete medical record to accomplish that task.
This last is far more important than it may seem, for it assumes that the "new covenant," the newly rediscovered "God's Law," was given to mankind in general and that was sufficient over time to accomplish the regeneration of man, if only it was not suppressed.
He encourages us to be flexible and open to using any of the twelve shifts that we believe we can accomplish, building success on success as we continue in the process of change.