Wheel of Life

Wheel of Life - Life Work Transitions

The eight sections in the wheel of life represent balance.

Visualize the center of the wheel as 0 and the outer edge as 10, and rank your level of satisfaction with each area by drawing a line to create a new outer edge. The new perimeter of the circle represents balance.

How bumpy would the ride be if this were a real wheel?

Draw a second line to indicate how much effort you devote to this now. Then create an action plan to increase your satisfaction in those areas most important to you right now.

(Adapted from The Coaches Training Institute.)

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C. J. Cox March 23, 2013 at 8:25 am

I wasn’t real sure how to make the lines, but I know I have got to take better care of myself if I want to accomplish everything I want in life.


Deborah Knox March 23, 2013 at 6:27 pm

HI again – I’m sure you did it right. I’ve had that feedback before. Just keep on taking care of yourself to increase your competency and comfort in the areas where you scored lower.


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