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March 21, 2008

  1. 125, La Via Campesina's
  2. 124, E.M.Forster "How can I know what I think till I see what I say?" 
  3. 177. Abbie Hoffman "You measure democracy by the freedom it gives its dissidents, not the freedom it gives its assimilated conformist."
  4. 179, "Asking, we walk" - democracy in process; mistakes and all
  5. 188, "moving beyond ownership to stewardship to commoning."

Keywords: "The Value of Nothing" by Raj Patel, 20%, 2010, 2Q10-3, Abbie Hoffman, commoning, Forster, How can I know what I think till I see what I say?, journal, journaling, La Via Campesina's, nothing, Raj Patel, stewardship, Value, writing

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January 03, 2008

In the right sidebar, under How to use this community are links to posts that describe each of the seven (7) stages. Each of those posts includes a link to a post that lists lifework/career planning activities for that stage.

If you are older than Stage 3  (7-9 school grades), we strongly recommend that you complete all activities in each stage begininning with Stage 3.

The seven (7) stages link is a post that contains and expanded list of teh Stages and grades and ages.


Source: See National Career Developmetn Association (NCDA) Policy Statement (HTML, PDF)


 

Keywords: 2009, 4Q09, 80%, 9/6, How to use this community "Seven (7) life stages of Career Development", hph, stages

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NOTE: This is a work in progress that is about 60% "done". Expect more changes.

If you are viewing this in LWPS post 3150, please use the exact copy in this Google Template to edit to your needs, if you wish.

Google Calendar (GC) http://www.google.com/calendar/ is a powerful tool that you can use to send yourself email notifications of LifeWork planning activities you want to perform in the (near) future.

You may make a note in your paper calendar (Daytimer, etc.), or your digital calendar (Outlook), but you may forget to look at it. But you seldom miss an email. Create a GC event that will send you an email to remind you to do some LifeWork planning activity.

Over time, I will be adding a "#" at the beginning of the sentence of a LifeWork planning activity. The "#" will be a hyperlink - or what some people call a "permalink". When you click on it a URL/link will appear in your browser's address box. You can COPY that URL/link and PASTE it into a GC event. When you get a GC email with that link in it, you can click on it and return to the exact line where that "#" appeared so you can pick up where you left off.

# To show you an example of the use of the "#" I need to take you to a copy of this document in post #3150 on the LifeWork Planning Services (LWPS) platform. (The example does not work in the Google Template version.) Click on this link - http://lifeworkps.com/stages/weblog/3150.html. Look above at your browser's address box and notice that the URL for this post is http://lifeworkps.com/stages/weblog/3150.html. Click on the "#" at the beginning of this paragraph and note the addition of "#test" at the end of that URL. It will look like this http://lifeworkps.com/stages/weblog/3150.html#test. COPY the URL and go to another window in your browser, PASTE it in and click on it and notice that you will be seeing this paragraph at the top of the web page.

General procedure

The general procedure you will follow to create a GC event is ...

  1. Click here to go to GC
  2. Click "Create event".
  3. PASTE your clipboard contents into "Description". You can do final edits there.
  4. In "Reminders" select "Email".
  5. Select appropriate "Repeats" ("Daily", "Weekly", etc.)
  6. Click "Save".

List of "canned" reminders

Below is a list of links to "canned" sentences that you may want to COPY/PASTE into one or more GC events. Instructions are in italics.

  1. Remind me to continue where I left off in the LifeWork planning process
  2. Remind me monthly to review why I chose to do LifeWork planning on LWPS
  3. Remind me monthly to review my LifeWork One Page Profile (Summary)
  4. Remind me monthly to review my LifeWork (e)Portfolio
  5. Remind me monthly to check for changes or additions to the 24 LWPS planning Google Template documents
  6. Remind me yearly to plan for my next transition

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1. Remind me to continue where I left off in the LifeWork planning process

  1. Don't risk being distracted and forgetting about the LifeWork planning work you are doing. Set up a Google Calendar (GC) reminder with a link to where you left off.
  2. Go back to the last LWP activity you were working on and COPY the link there by clicking on the "#" (?).
  3. Click here to go to GC. Click "Create event". PASTE the link into "Description".
  4. COPY/PASTE the following text (or variant) in front of that link: "I'm reminding you to click on this link to resume the last LWP activity you were working on - ".
  5. Select an appropriate "Repeats" or a specific date/time.
  6. In "Reminders" select "Email".
  7. Click "Save".

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2. Remind me monthly to review why I chose to do LifeWork planning on LWPS

  1. After you have done the initial work, or even before you complete it, you will most likely forget about LifeWork planning (LWP) since it is not something you do every day, every week or every month. Therefore, you should create this Google Calendar (GC) event so you get an email to remind yourself to resume your LWP activities or review what you have done.
  2. When you receive that email, you will most likely wonder if you really need to work on this right now. Therefore, it is important that you get back in touch with the reason you started LWP. If you haven't already done so, go to this LWP activity and create your version of the Google Template (GT) entitled "LifeWork planning is important to me because ... ". COPY the link to your version of the GT.
  3. Open a separate browser window and click here to go to GC. Click "Create event". PASTE the link to your version of the GT into "Description". COPY/PASTE the following text (or variant) in front of that link: "I'm reminding you to review the following document you created on mm/dd/yy where you described why you made the decision to devote at least [enter the amount of time you decide to spend per day, week, month, year] to do LW planning (LWP) and to use LWPS to do that LWP. Please click on this link to resume the last LWP activity you were working on - [Go back to the last LWP activity you were working on and COPY the link there by clicking on the "#" (?). PASTE the link here.]."
  4. In "Reminders" select "Email".
  5. Select "Monthly" in "Repeats" .
  6. Click "Save".

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3. Remind me monthly to review my LifeWork Planning (e)Portfolio

(To be created later.)


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4. Remind me monthly to review my LifeWork One Page Profile (Summary)

(To be created later.)


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5. Remind me monthly to check for changes or additions to the 24 LWPS planning Google Template documents

  1. Open a separate browser window and click here to go to GC. Click "Create event". COPY/PASTE the following text (or variant) into the "Description":
  2. I'm reminding you to review the list of the last few changes in this post - http://lifeworkps.com/hubbard/weblog/993.html - to see what new LWPS planning documents (Google Templates) have been added or changed to see if you want to use the new ones or incorporate the changes into your version of these documents.
  3. In "Reminders" select "Email".
  4. Select "Monthly" in "Repeats" .
  5. Click "Save".

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6. Remind me yearly to plan for my next transition

  1. COPY the following text: "I'm reminding you to click on this link - http://lifeworkps.com/hubbard/weblog/240.html (to the "Transitions" post) to plan for your next transition."
  2. Click here to go to GC. Click "Create event".
  3. PASTE the text into "Description".
  4. In "Reminders" select "Email".
  5. Select "Yearly" in "Repeats" .
  6. Click "Save".

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Changes

  1. Send improvements to templates@lifeworkps.com
  2. The above changes will be noted in the Status of 24 LifeWork planning documents/Google Templates. I recommend that you click here to create a Google Calendar event to remind you to review it.
  3. V 0.3 - 8/29/10 - Added Remind me monthly to check for changes or additions to the 24 LWPS planning Google Template documents
  4. V 0.2 - 7/21/10 - Almost completely reworked.
  5. V 0.1 - 6/27/10 - Created.

Google Template Details

V 0.3 - 8/29/10 - A work-in-progress that is 60% done and SUBJECT TO CHANGE: This "My Google Calendar reminders to do LifeWork planning" template is invoked throughout LifeWork Planning Services (LWPS). >>> Click "By Pete Hubbard" above to view other LifeWork Planning Services (LWPS) templates. 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) (http://lifeworkps.com) to "make your dreams your LifeWork". >>> LWPS KEYWORDS: Life, work, dream jobs, plan, planning, luck, interests, skills, decision making, career, job, resume, cover letter, portfolio, occupations, values, tasks, tools, technology, people, environment, schools, employer, employee


 

 

 

Keywords: 2010, 4Q10-3, 60%, calendar, GC, Google Calendar, hph, My Google Calendar reminders to do LifeWork planning, reminders

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(to be developed)

Keywords: 1Q09, 20%, 2009, 3/22, How can you help me if I just want to get a job and not be concerned about career/lifework planning?, hph, stages

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September 07, 2007

According to NCDA, the most "career planning" a parent should do for their children under 13 years old (K-6 grades) is career awareness. Here are some resources that deal directly with that topic.

Helping Your Child with Career Planning - Susan M Johnston

http://www.homeedmag.com/HEM/HEM142.97/142.97_art_crpln.html

Help Your Child Discover the World of Work

* Why It's Important to Start Early
* How to Talk to Your Child About Careers
* Career Skills for Your Elementary School Child
* Career Awareness Activities for You and Your Child



Why It's Important to Start Early
Children may do better in school if they can see how education is connected to a successful future. You can help your child:

http://www.acrnetwork.org/ncdg/careeraware.htm#3

Keywords: 20%, 2007, 4Q07-3, 9/9, ACRN, Career awareness, hph, NCDA, stages

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June 17, 2007

Relate 7 stages to NCDG and what posts to do in what order
One post per week
Create rollup posts
Create LWPortal at some point
  1. List five (5) words or short phrases that describe what gives you joy right now. At the bottom, combine all of the five words/phrases into one line. Put quotes around the phrases. As an example, here is my line of five: "LifeWork planning" e-connect e-collaborate "career development". "COPY the line. Click on this link to start a Google search. PASTE your items in the search box then read the results. Modify the order if you wish, or change the words/phrases so they more closely reflect what gives you joy right now.
  2. My favorite movies
  3. My favorite music
  4. My Favorite ?
  5. Aggregate into My Favorites
  6. Work I like to do




























Keywords: 20%, 2009, 2Q09, 5/24, all activities, hph, Recommendation #1 for the sequence of creations of posts, Relate 7 stages to NCDG and what posts to do in what order, stages

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April 09, 2006

use this for ages 65 - death;  find post in 500-600 range for death, stages

Keywords: stages, use this for ages 65 - death; find post in 500-600 range for death

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stages, stage 7 65

Keywords: stage 7 65, stages

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use this and 443; 4; 455; 6; for age 24 - 65

Keywords: stages, use this and 443; 4; 455; 6; for age 24 - 65

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age 23,  stages

Keywords: age 23, stages

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