What accomplishment are you most proud of?

‘My greatest achievement’ examples could include:

  • Giving a great presentation at work.
  • Beating sales targets.
  • Training for and completing a marathon.
  • Organizing a successful charity event.
  • Mentoring a coworker or fellow student.

What is a notable achievement?

adj. 1 worthy of being noted or remembered; remarkable; distinguished.

What are my personal achievements?

Personal accomplishments can be many things, including:

  • Awards.
  • Promotions.
  • Trained/Educated others.
  • Completed important projects on time and within budget.
  • Increased sales figures (by such-and-such %)
  • Saved time by coming up with efficient methods and tools.
  • Qualifications gained.
  • Good results in examinations and tests.

What are some good accomplishments?

Some examples of accomplishments are:

  • Scholarships.
  • Honor Roll inclusion for high grades.
  • Awards won for specific activities or subjects (i.e., Most Valuable Player (MVP), Fine Art Award)
  • Inclusion in student-related achievement publications (i.e., Who’s Who in American High Schools)
  • Perfect attendance awards.

What can I say instead of proud of you?

Alternatives to saying “I’m proud of you”.

  • “Wow!! I’m so impressed!”
  • “I love who you are!”
  • “You must be so proud!”
  • “I value you!”
  • “I’m proud for you”
  • “I’m so pleased for you”
  • “You look really pleased with your effort”
  • “Congratulations!”

How do you prove you are proud of someone?

But here are a few ways to tells someone you are proud of them that are highly effective.

  1. “I’m proud of you”
  2. “You must be so proud of yourself”
  3. “I love to see your success” This is pretty straightforward as well.
  4. “I’m proud to be your_____”
  5. Pin Me, Please!

What do you say when asked about achievements?

How should you answer the question ‘What is your most significant achievement? ‘

  • Situation: give the interviewer a context – describe the situation and why the achievement was significant.
  • Task: what goal did you aim to achieve?
  • Action: explain what your specific actions to achieve your goal were.