December Question of the Month 💭 Join the conversation and receive a badge

Rebeca S.
Rebeca S. Employee Admin
edited 01/02/24 in Show & Tell

Can you believe it’s the last month of 2023? 🤯

During this year, you were busy with so many things — work and personal projects, spending time with friends and family, pursuing your goals and passions, while also finding space to rest and grow. You’re truly the definition of peak humans.

That’s why now we invite you to look back, and choose one thing — or more — that you want to celebrate yourself for.

What are you proud to have accomplished this year?

Let’s celebrate your favorite accomplishments, and of course, earn badges and points while getting to know your peers as well. Please share your answer in the comments below. ⬇️



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  • DebRichardson
    DebRichardson ✭✭✭✭

    I am so excited to be approved for the Blue Print Training course in Boston.

    Deborah L. Richardson

    Executive Assistant

    Office of Research Operations

    Tel (603) 650-1801 | [email protected]

    Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center

  • Steven Sawyer
    Steven Sawyer Overachievers

    I designed and created a new blueprint for our marketing team to plan & track tradeshows and events. I got them out of Google Sheets and PowerPoint and gave our executive team more visibility than we've ever had in the past.

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