Life is a balancing act but what do we mean by balance?  

Balance comes from making choices that make ourselves feel better instead of worse.  Balance in our lives comes from accepting what life presents us without trying to change it, cling to it or push it away. 

Balance is therefore a fluctuating timeline that changes with time.

We have all been there we want to eat healthy, be fit, get that promotion, start that free course or start that course we paid for. 

Let’s face it most of us have areas where we want to improve.

But why are we so bad at reaching our goals?

It’s not only a matter of lacking willpower.

What most people are missing is a clear plan for developing themselves further.

It’s the “how’s” and “why’s” that will guide people along the way – even when the first excitement has passed.

What is your why and what is your purpose?

What kind of person do you want to be?

What are you passionate about?

What inspires you?

What is your end goal?

The Wheel of Life is a great tool and helps you to quickly understand how balanced or fulfilled your life is. 

It will  help you to identify the areas in your life that you want to devote more energy and time to

A google search will give you allsorts of ideas but it usually consists of 8-10 categories or areas that are considered important for a whole or balanced life.

 It will help you improve your life balance and will give an overview of how satisfied you are with your life.

Create your ‘Wheel of Life’ using some or all of the following headings;

Family  –  Is your family supportive of you? Are you supportive of your family?  What steps do you wan to take to change things?

Friends – Are your friends supportive of you? Are you engaging with friends and socializing to your own needs? 

Finances and Wealth – Are you earning enough income to satisfy your current needs? Are you finances setup for future growth in wealth?

Fun and Recreation – Are you enjoying your life and making it fun? Are you satisfied with the level of activity that you do?

Work, Career and Study – Is your career where you want it to be by now? Are you heading in the right direction?

Personal growth – How focused are you on personal growth? Are you satisfied with your direction? Are you trying new experiences and seeking to learn?

Diet and Health and Fitness – How physically healthy are you? Are you satisfied with your level of fitness? Are you satisfied with your diet?

Spiritual – How connected are you to the inner and outer world? Are you satisfied with your relationship with your spiritual being?

Self-Image – Do you think of your abilities highly? Do you respect and love yourself? Do you appreciate yourself?

Take a moment to appreciate your Wheel of Life.

What does it look like?

Are there any surprises to you?     

Now you have taken the time to create your Wheel of Life and have looked at the bigger picture now is the time to do some bigger picture thinking.

Bigger Picture Thinking

What is it that I really want in this part of my life that I am not admitting to?

What am I afraid of losing out on that is keeping me stuck?

What is actually going right that I am not acknowledging?

How could I make what I am doing easier on myself?

What is the worst thing that could happen if I achieved this goal?

Commit yourself to taking action TODAY.

What are the specific actions or steps that you are going to take to enhance your satisfaction in your desired area?

Start to write on the same piece of paper that your Wheel of Life is on as this will keep everything in one place.

Keep your Wheel close by in a place that you can easily refer to on a daily basis.

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