The Daily PlanIt
I will show you how to make positive shift happen with the building blocks of positive psychology that have been shown to increase happiness. I teach the 4 Ps of Positive Shift: Power Up, Pause, connect with People and with Purpose. The building blocks that happen to spell BE MEASURING fall into these four areas.
Writer, Teacher of GREAT Skills, Designer of Coaching & Literacy Tools
I’m Rosemary Rice, and I seek to create order from the chaos of complex information for insights, inspiration, and information to increase skills for a better life. The name of my website reveals my fondness for Superman and wordplay, as well as my interest in making the most of every day. I’ve been writing about productivity and personal growth at the Daily PlanIt website since 2005.
Find me at:
Super Tutor store at Teachers Pay Teachers
The Right Tools for the Job
I love to design, find, organize and share great tools for setting goals, increasing productivity, and developing skills for a successful and fulfilling life. I am passionate about connecting people with resources to learn the skills they need to survive and thrive.
Want to get started right now?
- Make positive shift happen – PLAN IT. Learn the BE MEASURING building blocks of positive shift, and the benefits of practicing them.
- Set goals – PLAN IT. My eBook, “Get Goaling” is a clear step-by-step guide to setting & achieving goals. Start with the free short course on How to Set Goals.
- Be productive – PLAN IT. Start with the free Time Management 101 Tutorial and take the 10 Week Productivity Challenge. You might also like the Visual Strategies to Overcome Procrastination.
- Develop Work Skills – PLAN IT. Assess current skills and learn how to develop skills that are in demand at the Work Skills Toolkit.
- Discover, Define, Design, & Deliver a personal brand – PLAN IT. The personal branding process is also a powerful way to find clues to purpose. Read more about it in my article at Productive Magazine. The free ebook “How to Start a Fire” includes links to free online tools, or find them at List.ly.
- Gain Incredible Focus With a Personal Mission Statement – PLAN IT. Start with the article Your Unique Selling Proposition.
- Take the Year of Personal Growth Challenge – PLAN IT. Learn many skills with a weekly activity for a year.
Literacy is my passion project. As a volunteer tutor with literacykc.org, I helped to teach reading skills. The students are inspiring, and I am fascinated by both the process of learning to read English and the idea of gamification to make learning fun. Many phonics games I’ve created are available for sale (plus some free ones) at the Super Tutor Tools page at TeachersPayTeachers.
- Learn about phonics – PLAN IT. Learn about phonics at the Phonics Pow website. Start at the Phonics FUNdamentals page to watch a video and get a free ebook.
The Resources page contains all of the toolkits with many free tools from the Daily PlanIt, plus more collected from others. Some of my printable tools for productivity and personal development are available at the Daily PlanIt Shop. Check out all my eBooks too.
Tools I Use:
- I 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. And it’s free!
- 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.
Thanks so much for stopping by the Daily PlanIt. I was called a “Hidden Gem” by Chris Brogan at Lifehack.org! In my spare time, I love to explore the intersection of books and movies. I enjoy seeing good design and creative commercials. I love to swim, if the water is warm.
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I wanted to let you know that SUCCESS Magazine will relaunch in March 2008 with a new owner and publishing team and a return to its editorial roots Targeting the red-hot $11 billion personal-development industry. The new editorial direction marks a return to the magazine’s early publishing roots, providing entrepreneurs and small businesses with the tools and information they need to achieve their goals, dreams and ambitions. Launched in 1891 by Orison Swett Marden as a personal-development magazine, SUCCESS has been informing and inspiring achievers for more than a century. Through the years, the publication has been led by several renowned personal-development authors and editors, including Napoleon Hill, W. Clement Stone and Og Mandino.
In anticipation of the launch, SUCCESS magazine is releasing their top ten list for achieving success in 2008. This will give you a nice idea of the kind of content that will be in the pages of SUCCESS. As you know, so many people switch careers multiple times these days. Very few people stay with the same company for the long haul, like they used to. SUCCESS recognizes that there is a certain skill set—such as time management, prioritization, goal setting, etc that is not taught in school—yet is necessary in order to retrain oneself for the changed workplace.
Let me know if your readers would be interested in this news, if you would consider posting about this and if you would be interested in hearing from me about SUCCESS in the future. Should you post, here is a link to SUCCESS http://www.successmagazine.com/
SUCCESS MAGAZINE NAMES
TOP TEN DRIVERS FOR SUCCESS IN 2008
Dallas, Texas– New Year’s is a time for resolutions, and according to SUCCESS there is no better time design the person you want to become and the life you want to live in 2008. Publisher and Editorial Director of SUCCESS magazine, Darren Hardy, offers the following advice on how to make 2008 your best year ever!
1. Decide to be Successful – Success is not a dream, hope or fantasy; it is a decision. Make the decision to change, improve and act on your ambitions.
2. Design your Best Year Yet – As an architect would design a skyscraper, write out the goals, plans and actions it will take to achieve the life you want to live.
3. Identify Your Passion – What are your unique interests, talents and gifts? Passion attracts success. Find what you love to do – you will never “work” again.
4. Program Yourself for Success – You will see, perceive, expect and create what you think about. To program your mind for success – read watch and listen to materials that will support your success.
5. Surround Yourself with Success – You are the combined average of the five people you hang around the most. Surround yourself with healthy, success-minded achievers.
6. Model Success – The best way to learn to be successful at anything is to find someone who is where you want to be and model their success habits.
7. Master the Fundamentals – Don’t complicate it. About a half a dozen things make up 90%+ of what it takes to be successful at anything. Keep it simple.
8. Get Fit – The mind cannot achieve what the body cannot perform. Your family, friends and career and future depend on your good health. Make it priority No. 1.
9. Remember What’s Important – At the end of the journey what will have mattered most will be your relationships – the people you love and those that love you. Make sure they are on your goal list for 2008.
10. Make a Difference – What do you want your life’s legacy to be? You have the power to make a positive difference – to a single person, a neighborhood, a community, a nation, the world. Realize that power in 2008.
To speak with an editor from SUCCESS please contact Rachel Konik at 212-255-8455 x235 or Rachelk@rosengrouppr.com
About SUCCESS magazine
SUCCESS, published bimonthly, is designed specifically to serve the growing entrepreneur, home-based and small-business markets. SUCCESS features today’s thought leaders and success experts, leading CEOs, entrepreneurs and other achievers with practical advice, ideas, tips and training on leadership, goal setting, time management, selling, motivation and much more. SUCCESS retails for $5.95 and is distributed nationally with an initial rate base of 100,000. http://www.SUCCESSmagazine.com
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We like your thinking and writing. How can you be contacted personally?
Anyway, as a very interesting voice in the productivity blogging community, I was wondering what you’d say your most important productivity message for 2010 is? I hope to compile my findings from numerous bloggers into a post on my blog (www.hermestechnologies.ie) in early January – to coincide with the worldwide feeling to turning over a new leaf in the new decade.
If you’d like to contribute, a paragraph or two would be amazing, and any links which readers can follow to learn more. I plan on promoting the post heavily, so you would get you some added exposure.
I’d love to hear your input, if only just to spark a dialogue between us.
PS Sorry about clogging up your “About us” page – just delete this once you’ve got the message
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