What accomplishment are you proudest of?
It doesn't have to be career oriented, just the accomplishment most important to you.
I know most people will answer that their children or their family (wife/husband and children) is their greatest but since I am not married and do not have children yet, my view is a bit different. I would say my greatest is graduating college and earning my degree. College was the best times of my life, gave me amazing experiences, and the knowledge and degree have helped me earn a good living and be able to have my own place and be financially independent.
My 3 articles on the internet: 1st article June 2010 A.D. have spread around the world in 8 countries and 11 cities through 100 percent referring sites. It now have 189: 30 days pageviews and 1641 ever views. 2nd article April 16, 2011 A.D. is on the Top Listings of hubpages and 3rd on the list and also is on the best and hottest hubs on hubpages " besthubpages.com " since April 19, 2011 A.D. and it haves 5 clicks so far. 772: 30 days pageviews and 772 ever views. 3rd article May 8, 2011 A.D. is on 1st page on Google and 1st on the list. It haves 129: 30 days pageviews and 129 ever views. My 1st article is my proudest because it is the greatest article on the earth of which only the referring sites can find and read and spread around the world in 8 countries and 11 cities. My other 2 articles were written so that the members of hubpages can find and read for their benefits and inspiration in their lives on the earth. So I am batting 1000% average with my 3 articles of excellent quality content and the proof is in the numbers that have blasted off from the new Google algorithm that wants to uphold and promote excellent articles/hubs and it is doing exactly that with my 3 articles.
My daughter has her Specialist degree, my son just finished his Bachelors degree -and they are both great kids. As an accomplishment this rivals my first wife is still my only wife for 32 years! This is my measure!
many years ago i worked in an institution housing mentally and physically challenged children and adults. one of my responsibilities was to develop individual training programs for the clients for whom i was responsible. at one of these meetings, one of my staff indicated that one of the clients enjoyed reading to her. it was said in a kind of off-handed way, but since the young man's diagnosis was profound mental retardation, i had him re-evaluated. we found that he was not mentally retarded but was autistic. we then found a community program for him and released him to the care of his parents. he continued to do well in school and was eventually mainstreamed in a normal classroom situation.
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