Design Your Wheel of Life
Updated: Jun 16, 2020
No matter how accomplished or happy we are, we all have areas of our life that we would love to improve.
The Wheel of Life is a great way to start your reflection process and look at the different facets of your life. It helps you visualize all these areas at once. By rating their relative quality level, you can uncover which areas need more attention.
As Tony Robbins says, adopting this “helicopter” view of your life will help you identify where you are excelling and where there is room for improvement. You will discover where the gaps are between where you are today and where you want to be.
"To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people just exist." - Oscar Wild
Too many people are so busy making a living that they forget to make a life. Few of us take the time to pause, step back and design their life. But to be able to design your life, you must first have an idea of where you stand today. Using the wheel will help you decide which areas you'd like to set goals for. These are usually, but not always, areas with lower satisfaction scores.
Take the test to get started on this journey of a lifetime. It only takes a few minutes to complete, and it's totally free!
How does it work?
There are twelve areas specially designed for you and grouped into four categories:
Professional: Career & Work, Productivity & Performance, Contribution & Impact
Lifestyle: Health & Vitality, Physical Environment, Money & Finances
Personal: Personal & Spiritual Growth, Emotional Well-Being, Yourself
People/Leisure: Love Life, Family & Friend, Fun & Recreation
The process is very simple. Click on the below link below and enter your contact details to connect. Rate your life from 0 to 10 in each of the twelve areas indicated and take a few minutes to reflect on your wheel. A copy will be sent to you by email.
Test taken! What's next?
Here are 12 questions you can ask yourself:
1. How do you feel about your life as you look at your wheel?
2. Were there any surprises?
3. How do you currently spend your time and energy in these areas?
4. How would you like to spend your time and energy in these areas?
5. What would a score of 10 look like to you?
6. What changes would be needed to make a score of 10 in each of the different areas?
7. Which of these categories would you most like to improve?
8. How could you make space for these changes to happen in your life?
9. What help, and support might you need from others to make changes and be more satisfied with your life?
10. And what change do you want to make first?
11. What is the smallest step you could take to get started?
12. If there was one key action that would begin to bring everything into balance, what would it be?
If you’d like to discuss your wheel and answers in detail, let’s connect and schedule a free 1h discovery coaching session together. I am more than happy to listen to you and see how coaching can help.