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.
This page is 80% done.
KEEP IN MIND THAT I AM STILL DEVELOPING THIS WEBSITE AS INDICATED BY THE % COMPLETE AT THE BEGINNING OF ALL TITLES.
This "My LifeWork Planning (e)Portfolio" Google Site is a Google Site Template that is also a career/LifeWork planning toolkit. You are welcome to COPY any web page in this site or the entire website and edit it to make it your own.
Google Sites displays a blue rectangle in the upper right corner that says "USE TEMPLATE". When you click on it, you get an error message of "Page not found". I've reported this to Google. Until it is fixed, use the following procedure to COPY and use the entire website with ALL of its web pages.
William Faulkner wrote "I never know what I think about something until I read what I've written (recorded) on it."
So, if you are going to truly "think about" your LifeWork and do LifeWork planning to (re)find it, you need to record (document, journal) everything so you can (re)read and reflect upon what you have written.
"Record, (re)read, and reflect" are three of the ten (10) "R"s that should guide your work. Revising and repeating this process are two additional key words.
The best and easiest way to document your work is digitally via a computer. And better yet, creating and maintaining your own website version of this template allows you to access it from anywhere and share it - if you wish - with anyone.
Phase 1 to narrow them down to 5-7 key words or key phrases that define you and your LifeWork.
Documenting your research here then summarizing it and being able to access all in this one web space via hyperlinks will make it very easy to manage the logistics of your LifeWork planing.
Transition points in your life like graduation, a new job (or getting fired), marriage (and maybe divorce), physical moves, health problems, etc. are "significant activities and events" that will most likely affect your current and future LifeWork.
Resumes, career plans, education plans, etc that you create before, during or after these transition points and the rollups of other documents like your biography, bibliography, certificates, assessment and test results, educational history, work history, job interests, skills, abilities, values, career preferences, job explorations, etc. (to name just a few) are "significant elements" of your life and work and LifeWork.
Creating, maintaining, and organizing these records of your LifeWork activities, events and elements in ONE place in this, your "My LifeWork Planning (e)Portfolio" is a critically important set of LifeWork planning skills that will make it much easier for you to retrieve, reference, and continually enhance through edits, reflections and refinements.
Story) It was an "ah-ha" experience which evolved into my LifeWork today which is to build this template (of customizable digital documents and tools) to make it easier (and quicker) for you to learn about LifeWork planning and do it within your own ePortfolio.
This is my calling and I want YOU to be able to experience the bliss of knowing what YOUR LifeWork is.
This website template is my gift to you.
Locate the “Edit Icon” in the upper right. It looks like a pencil. Click on it and delete what you don't need and add what you want to see when you view this web page. Click "Save" when you have finished making your changes.:
If you completed the in-depth The LifeWork planning and six (6) step decision making processes you will have created (and be maintaining) your B: My LifeWork details and then summarizing that web page with your A: My One Page LifeWork Profile. Maybe your "home" page should contain text from one or both of these documents.
Keep this link - https://sites.google.com/site/mylifeworkplan/ - to the original source of the template website and periodically visit the "Updates" section of each web page to see if there are any changes that you would like to copy to your site.
If you see something in this web page or this website that should be changed, added or improved, please click here.
Google Analytics to track the number of people who have accessed this website. The report does NOT give me any email addresses.
I average about 2 new unique visitors per day. I am curious about how you found it. Below is a Google Doc form with those two questions, but the "Submit" button does not work because I embedded the form in a "Template". So I embedded the form in a public website that is not a Google website template so that it will work.
Please click here to go to the WORKING form and complete the two (2) questions then click "Submit" to tell me how you found the website. Thank you! Pete