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May 09, 2006

A: My One Page LifeWork Profile (MV) (GT) (288) (PH) (RM)

If you are viewing this as LWPS post # 288, you can use the exact copy in this Google Template to edit to your needs, and print for your LWP Notebook if you wish.
Please read the introduction below. Please read the instructions below before you work on this Google Template (GT), and consider using any changes in your version of this GT.

 

My LifeWork Motto/Logo (extracted from LWS)

"Make your dreams your LifeWork" 

My LifeWork Dream/Vision   (261, )

Internet users seek and find LWPS and use its templates and processes to help them make their dreams their LifeWork.

My LifeWork Statement/Passion   (An "elevator speech". Use in my Job or Career Objectives) (408, 2010)

Website developer offers templates and processes to help Internet users to make their dreams their LifeWork.

My LifeWork Card (like a business card and/or 3x5 card with a shorter version of my LWS)

List and prioritize your joys, then periodically review, reflect upon and revise them so you can make your dreams your LifeWork.

My LifeWork Details (717, )

  1. Tasks: systems analysis, planning, organizing
  2. Tools & Technologies: Internet; Dreamweaver; Elgg; Google Alerts; social networks
  3. ...

My LifeWork Keywords (LWK) (extracted from above to be used in my job search, collaboration networks)

  1. systems analysis, planning, organizing
  2. "List and prioritize your joys"
  3. ...

My top 10 Google Alerts (LWG) (Manage my GAs, 3380)

  1. "List and prioritize your joys"
  2. ...
  3. ...

When it is time, (re)print, fold and keep these profiles with you so you can review, reflect upon, revise, then reprint and repeat to perfect them.
Make adjustments (to your profiles, plans and lists) to stay on course.

Versions (LWPS post or Google Docs)

My LifeWork Details (the real GT). My LWPS and 6/6b profile is below it.

If you are viewing this as LWPS post # 288, you can use the exact copy in this Google Template to edit to your needs, and print for your LW (e)P notebook if you wish.
Please read the introduction below. Please read the instructions below before you work on this Google Template (GT), and consider using any changes in your version of this GT.

Your LifeWork is work that gives you joy.

And the work that you enjoy doing is what defines your LifeWork
.
Make your dreams your LifeWork.

List your joys, then use those lists to (re)define, then (re)find your LifeWork.
 


My LifeWork Motto/Logo

"6/6B - Finding six (6) people out of six (6) billion"

My LifeWork Dream/Vision  (261, )

On a planet with over six (6) billion people, how do I quickly and easily find at least six (6) people who share my vision, passion, and/or interests and who want to collaborate with me to transform them into joyful work that satisfies our souls??  (This is the ultimate collaboration and job searching machine!  See 2006 article hResume plugin now available  AOL acquires resume-builiding site Emurse )

My LifeWork Statement/Passion   (An "elevator speech". Use in my Job or Career Objectives) (408, 2010)

Systems analyst to collaborate with others to design and develop a world-wide standard set of data elements to be used to generate 1) job/occupation profiles and 2) personal/job/work/career/LifeWork profiles maintained by individuals so they can be used by individuals using job/career matching systems.

My LifeWork Card (like a business card and/or 3x5 card with a shorter version of my LWS)

...

LifeWork Tasks, Tools and Technologies I (might) enjoy using (717, )

  1. systems analysis, planning, organizing
  2. Internet; Dreamweaver; Elgg; Google Alerts; social networks
  3. ...

My LifeWork Keywords (LWK) (extracted from above to be used in my job search, collaboration networks, and social networks like LinkedIn, Facbook, MySpace)

  1. "Finding six (6) people out of six (6) billion"
  2. ...
  3. ...

My top 10 Google Alerts (LWG) (Manage my GAs, 3380)

  1. "Finding six (6) people out of six (6) billion"
  2. 6/6B, 6/6BP, DNP, hr-xml
  3. ...

When it is time, (re)print, fold and keep these profiles with you so you can review, reflect upon, revise, then reprint and repeat to perfect them.
Make adjustments (to your profiles, plans and lists) to stay on course.

Versions (LWPS post or Google Docs)

Please read the instructions below before you work on this template.

My LifeWork (LW) Profile for "(After you have completed all of these sections, reflect upon what you have written, and type a title for your profile here.)"

My LifeWork Motto or Logo: (GT) (MV)


My LifeWork Dream or Vision: (GT)


My LifeWork Statement or Passion (An "elevator speech". Use in my Resume Job or Career Objectives): (GT) (Follow the instructions in the template "TL" to replace this text with my LW statement or passion. See Note 1.)


My LifeWork Card (like a business card with a shorter version of my LWS): (GT) (Follow the instructions in the template "TL" to replace this text with my card text. See Note 1.)

My Key LifeWork Descriptors: (Links go to sections in B2: My LifeWork Details (GT) (884) (PH) (RM)

  1. Tasks: (GT) (Follow the instructions in the template "TL" to replace this text with my short list of key LW tasks. See Note 1.)
  2. Tools: (GT)
  3. Technologies: (GT)   (Follow the instructions in the template "TL" to replace this text with my short list of key LW technologies. See Note 1.)
  4. SDS: (GT) (Follow the instructions in the template "TL" to replace this text with my SDS. See Note 1.) MBTI: (GT) (Follow the instructions in the template "TL" to replace this text with my MBTI. See Note 1.)
  5. (A few more to be added)

My Top Five (5) LifeWork Keywords (extracted from the sections above; use in my job search, collaboration networks, and social networks)

(My 1st LW keyword.) (My 2nd) (My 3rd) (My 4th) (My 5th)

My Top Five (5) Google Alerts: [Managing my GAs]

(My 1st GA keyword/phrase.)

(My 2nd)
(My 3rd)
(My 4th)
(My 5th)

Fold this page and carry it with you. Review it periodically. Reflect upon what you have written. Notice that as soon as you print this document you see some words or thoughts that could be improved. That is why the cycle of printing, reflection, revision, reprinting and repeating is so important. Is this the LifeWork you have or want? If not, revise it (and the supporting documents) to perfect it.

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Please read the instructions below before you work on this template.

  1. NOTE 1 Please leave the "(GT)" link in place for future reference or in case you share your document with others. Replace the link in the title of the section with a link to your version of the template.
  2. "GT" (Google Templates) links will be added in the near future.
  3. If you have already created your "My Interests" document (from this Google Template) COPY and merge this Google Template into it and rename it to "My Top 5 Interests".
  4. Review your list, reflect upon what interests are most important to you and move them to the top. The first interest will be the one that is MOST important to you AT THIS TIME. The second interest will be th second most important, etc. Expect these interests to change over time and other interests will become more important. That is natural and expected.
  5. Create a Google doc for each of your top 5 interests and write about that interest. COPY the URL for that document, highlight (Select) that interest above, then click on "Link" to make that interest a hyperlink to your document that talks about that interest. Your top 5 interests should always have a Google doc supporting and explaining why this interest is so important to you.
  6. If one or more of your top interests change, keep the link to the story and reorder your top 5 and make sure you have a story for each.
  7. Review, reflect upon and revise your stories as needed. Print them off so you can carry them with you to review and revise.
  8. Print this list and keep it with you so you can write down more interests as you think of them. Edit this digital list to make those changes when you have access to it. Then reprint it.
  9. These instructions and the TOC below are located at the bottom of this document so you can easily print just the top portion to carry with you and file in your LW Portfolio notebook which we will ta to lk about later.
  10. Delete these instructions if you wish.

V 0.2 - 6/14/10: A work-in-progress that is 60% done and SUBJECT TO CHANGE: This "My One Page LifeWork Profile" template is introduced at age ~15 at http://lifeworkps.com/hubbard/weblog/147.html#lwepc  . It is the most important LifeWork planning document you will create since it summarizes all of the key information you will have collected in your LW Planning (e)Portfolios. >>> This template is one in a series of many that is offered by LifeWork Planning Services (LWPS) located at http://lifeworkps.com. Search for "LWPS" to find all of the other templates in this series. Your LifeWork is work that gives you joy. And the work that you enjoy doing is what defines your LifeWork. Use LifeWork Planning Services (LWPS) to "make your dreams your LifeWork".


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