But first, before you create a summary, you must create the details. You create and maintain (review and revise) those details in dozens of individual posts in your LWPS blog.
Below are several different examples of profiles which you may/may not use someday.
- O*NET offers two profiles (O*NET Work Importance Profiler and O*NET Computerized Interest Profiler via Career Voyages (which you can only use via a state-based CIDS), and the Skills Profileer)
- Your MBTI profile
- Your SDS profile
- Dr. Gerald Sturman's Personal Career Profile
- Richard Bolles' "The Flower Diagram" (p 210, 1996 edition, p 152 2006)
- Linked, Explode,
But you should start and maintain the following two profiles.
- "Your Profile", located in the upper left corner, is part of your LWPS account.
- You should attempt to crystallize/distill key information about yourself into a ONE PAGE personal profile that you can carry with you to reflect upon periodically, then revise as your lifework evolves. That profile, that I call "My LifeWork Profile", should be placed at the top of the above list when you start to create it.
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