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The ten (10) "R"s: Recognize,research,read,record, rollup, review, reflect upon, revise/refine, reprint, repeat

There are hundreds of pieces of key information about yourself and thousands of pieces of key information about the world of work that you need to research, collect (record) and prioritize now and over your lifetime, if you want to 1) know who you are, so you can 2) (re)define and 3) (re)find your LifeWork.

1. Recognize the need to make a plan (re)search yourself

Recognize/remember (remind yourself) - (to be aware) of the need to plan for and make decisions to (re)search yourself (your values, interests, skills, etc.) and the world of work, and (re)define and (re)find your LifeWork.

Continue with Phase 1: Self-assessment to (re)search myself

Consider using one of the Google Calendar (GC) reminders to email you reminders periodically.

2. Research/(re)search - yourself (your values, interests, skills, etc.)

  1. Research/(re)search - yourself (your values, interests, skills, etc.) and the world of work and your LifeWork needs and then identify what might/will satisfy those needs.

3. (Re)read everything you have listed as important to you and about you

  1. (Re)read  - (and reflect upon) everything you can about what you have listed as important to you and about you in your two (2) key documents and any of the other supporting web pages in this - your - LifeWork planning (e)portfolio. We won't remember what we don't reread

record - the details of your LifeWork planning activities and decisions in these web pages in this (e)Portfolio and summarize them in your two (2) key documents
rollup - all of your web pages (with hyperlinks) into your (e)Portfolio and your two (2) key documents.
review- your two (2) key documents on a regular basis. Consider using Google Calendar (GC) reminders to send email notifications to you to remind you about the next LifeWork planning process activity you will want to do.
reflect upon - areas in your two (2) key documents (and the other web pages) that may need improvement and ask yourself: Is this the LifeWork I have or want? If not, revise them (and their supporting documents) to perfect them, then reprint. Read this Wikipedia article about reflective writing.
revise/refine - (as needed) your two (2) key documents (and any supporting documents) to perfect them.
reprint - each of the documents immediately after you revise them. File them away in the paper notebook copy of this (e)Portfolio. You will most likely only work on one or two of your web pages. Print, fold and carry them with you so you can review, reflect, revise, and reprint them again. Notice that as soon as you print your 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.
repeat - this process when necessary. Consider using one of the Google Calendar (GC) reminders to email you reminders periodically.

Two (2) key documents

  1. A: My One Page LifeWork Profile
  2. B: My LifeWork Details

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