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August 01, 2008

How many people ask themselves this question?

I am told that a few years ago the president of the American Psychological Association addressed his peers: "I want you to take out a piece paper and I want you to complete this sentence: 'I am __________.' He waited for a few minutes. Then he asked, "How many of you wrote 'psychologist'?" Overwhelmingly, the hands went up. He followed up, "Now, I want you to complete the sentence without any reference to your occupation." The room grew silent. The heads of the audience hung low. Very few hands were writing. Then he said, "Why is it so hard for us to think of who we are apart from what we do everyday?"

I notice that there are lots of blog which make Friday their question day. Today I am going to ask you to answer this simple question:

Without any reference to your occupation, how would you complete this sentence:

"I am _________________."

(Extracted 8/1/08 from http://radicaldiscipleship.blogstream.com/v1/pid/329999.html#TCL)


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August 14, 2007

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June 20, 2007

Below are links to answers to and/or thoughts about career/lifework planning questions you may have. Most questions will be links to posts that I will develop over time.

  1. The BIG questions
    1. What is my destiny, my soul's code?
    2. What are my interests, values, skills, gifts, abilities, etc?
    3. What do I love (to do ), like (to do),
    4. What am I good at?
    5. Who am I? 
  2. Career/lifework planning
    1. Why is it so important?
    2. When should I start?
    3. Where do I begin?
    4. When should I decide on a career?
    5. I'll be retiring soon. Should I still do career/lifework planning?
  3. Questions I would have liked to have been asked of me when I was 10 years old
    1. What subject do you like in school?
    2. What do you like to do when you get home from school?
  4. I am a parent of a young child and would like to introduce her/him to age-appropriate career/lifework planning
  5. I think career/lifework planning is critical. How can I help my family and friends to realize this as well?
  6. I think this is all a waste of my time.
  7. I think I'm about to be laid off. What should I do?
  8. I like what you are doing here. How can I help?
  9. This is "self-help". How can I find someone to help me one-on-one?
  10. How important is "luck" or happenstance?
  11. I'm in a hurry. Help me with my resume or my job search.

Resources
  1. 50 Questions To Help You Find Your Life's Purpose

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Keywords: 1Q10-1, 2010, 40%, A list of career/lifework planning questions, DW, hph, interests, main_index_sub, portals, Qs, questions, resources, skills, values, Who am I

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February 21, 2006

I've been cyber mentoring/tutoring people in career planning and job search for more than thirty (30) years.

I'm eager to help you get answers to any questions you may have in this area.
(Why?)

My answers to your first three (3) questions are free. In most cases, that should be enough to jumpstart your research and development of your career and job search plans.

If you have more than three (3) questions, I offer my services for a negotiated fee as described in this post.

Before you ask your questions, you may want to review this post that contains a structured listing of links to all the questions I have already answered. If your question is not in the list, I will add it.

Address your questions to questions@lifeworkps.com.

To learn more about me and my skills please click on this link.

This post is linked to from these documents.
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