The Daily PlanIt
I develop strengths to close the skills gap and open doors to opportunity.
What does life look like when you live at maximum potential? I imagine a world where people know what their talents are and how they want to use them, do work they love, earn the money they need, communicate well, understand and manage emotions, have strong relationships and friendships, develop physical strength and energy, connect with spiritual beliefs, develop character, and set goals and manage time effectively.
I believe these skills can be learned and developed for an optimal life. It may sound like a lot to tackle, but by doing just one activity a week on one of twelve monthly topics, a lot can be accomplished in a Year of Personal Development. You can really start any time, with any one of the topics, to maximize your life! I invite you start your own Whole Life Fitness group to connect with others interested in developing strengths, to exchange ideas and share activities. A Change Toolkit provides links to tools to develop a plan of action, including a printable Checklist for Change.
The Daily PlanIt website is full of great tools and information for developing work and life skills. I write articles about skills, and sometimes whatever other topics interest me. If you want to increase your productivity, a good place to start is my free Time Management 101 Tutorial.
On the Daily PlanIt Facebook page, you’ll find more articles and information, tips & tools, motivational music and videos, inspirational quotes.
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My eBook, “Get Goaling” is a clear step-by-step guide to setting & achieving goals for $3.99. I would greatly appreciate any reviews. You can start learning about this skill with a free short course on How to Set Goals.
My course on Udemy, “On Purpose” shows how to discover hidden talents and use them to add value. It is $20.00. It’s not for those who already know exactly what their talents are and how they want to use them. But if you’re struggling to find your talents, I believe it can help. It’s been a challenge for me to figure this out, and I share some great tools I’ve found along the way. You can find a lot of the tools for free on The Daily PlanIt Sticky Wiki page on Talents. My article at Productive Magazine explains how personal branding is a powerful way to discover purpose.
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I was called a “Hidden Gem” by Chris Brogan at Lifehack.org!
I’m Rosemary Rice, and I’ve been writing about productivity and personal growth at the Daily PlanIt website since 2005. The name of my website reveals not only my interest in essential life skills, but also my fondness for Superman and wordplay. I love to find, organize and share great information and tools. I am passionate about connecting people with resources to learn the skills they need to survive and thrive. If you’re looking for photos of beautifully organized spaces, this isn’t the right place. I am quite good at cramming a lot of stuff into little areas, and they can even be efficiently set up, but they aren’t usually pretty. Even my Household Notebook is not attractive, but still it’s a great tool.
I enjoy seeing good design and creative commercials. I love to swim, if the water is warm. Most of my pet peeves involve driving.
Tools I Use:
- I have developed the Daily PlanIt Keep It Super Simple (K.I.S.S.) System, a primarily Google based method that combines the best of electronic systems with the ability to print.
- See more about how I work with an inside look at my system and workspace.
- I also have a Household Notebook and use a binder for Menu Planning.
- I use Desktop Action files and keep Household Records files.