Thrive. Your personal well-being.
How are you doing with your sleep, diet, and exercise? Have you left unhealthy habits behind? Are you caring for your physical body?
I eat poorly. I don't sleep enough. I don't exercise regularly. This leads to low personal energy.
I am energetic and healthy. I follow a consistent fitness routine. I eat real, whole foods. I sleep all that I need and wake up well-rested. I make consistent healthy choices.
Are you curious? Are you interested in learning and growing? Are you striving for mastery in at least one area of your life? What are you doing to feed your intellect?
I don't take the time to work on my personal development. I know enough. I don't read, watch educational videos, or listen to podcast related to personal or business development. I don't attend webinars, workshops, or conferences.
I am a life-long learner. I am working toward mastery in at least one area of my life. I value my education and personal growth. I have a coach to guide me.
How is your emotional well-being? Are you sad, glad, mad, or afraid? What is your level of anxiety and depression?
I consider myself to be a stressed person. I struggle with anxiety and depression. I turn to unhealthy behaviors (smoking, drinking, drugs or other unhealthy behaviors) to comfort myself. I am often sad, mad, or afraid.
I feel confident about the future. I have the emotional energy to achieve my personal best. I am fully present in the moment. I have healthy coping mechanisms for every day stresses.
1 out of 3
Spirituality is what you define it to be. For some, it will be connecting with a personal God. For others, it might have more to do with connecting to the universe, a higher power, or simply "being." Use your definition of spirituality to rate yourself.
I would define my spiritual practice as, "none." I feel disconnected from a higher power, as I understand the meaning. I feel lost. I have no idea about the purpose and meaning of my life. I feel alone in the universe.
I have a robust spiritual practice. I know my purpose and meaning in life. I contribute to the spiritual well-being of others.
Connect. You in relationships.
Your social connections might include close friends, acquaintances, and society in general. Think about the richness of these connections.
I feel socially isolated. I don't have real friends. I tend to have frequent conflict with people.
I have at least one person I would consider to be my best friend. I have a circle of friends I like to hang out with. My friends are a source of joy. When I think of something funny, I can't wait to share it with them.
Marital (or significant other)
An intimate relationship with another human can be a source of joy. It can also equally be a source of heartache and pain.
I would describe my current relationship as painful. I don't want to be with my current partner. I can't wait for it to be over. My relationship is a source of constant conflict.
I love my partner deeply. Our relationship continues to grow. I can tell my partner anything and everything without worry of rejection. My partner and I invest time and attention into our relationship. When I'm not with my partner, I can't wait to be reunited.
2 out of 3
Familial (your role in the family from parent, sibling, child, etc.)
Family life can be a roller coaster of fun and defeat. Think of what it's like to be in your role in your family. If you hold more than one role (parent, child, sibling), focus on one role in one family.
If I'm honest, I don't enjoy my role in the family. I don't feel prepared for my role. And if I'm really honest, I don't even like these people. There is constant conflict. I can't wait to be away from them.
My family is a source of joy in my life. I love my role in this family. I feel like I was born for it. My family members feel comfortable sharing their intimate thoughts with me. We resolve conflicts quickly.
Contribute. Your achievements.
How do you "make a living?" What are you paid to do? How do you feel about your job, career, or business?
If I'm honest, I hate my job. I'm actively seeking something else to do. When my day off starts to come to an end, I feel a sense of anxiety or dread. I wish I could do something else for a living.
My work is a source of pride and joy for me. I love what I'm doing. I have all of the autonomy I need. I'm regularly acknowledged for the work I do. I am learning new things and achieving mastery. I'm very satisfied with my compensation and benefits.
Do you feel financially stable and secure? When you think about money, do you feel comfortable? Or, are finances a constant source of worry?
When it comes to earning and spending money, I constantly worry. I don't feel like I'm earning enough to cover our costs and save for the future. I am concerned about the amount of debt I owe.
I consider myself to be financially secure. I have enough savings and investments. My income is plenty for all that I need, and a little bit extra. I'm able to share with others from a place of abundance. I have little or no debt, which is well within my means.
3 out of 3
Avocation (hobbies or causes)
What do you do just for the sake of doing it? Do you enjoy music, theater, or cooking? Are you volunteering for a cause that you're passionate about? This is what you do even when you're not paid to do it.
I don't have the time or energy to do anything that interests me. All I do is work and family. There is no capacity for the things that bring me pleasure. I'm not involved with civic or religious groups.
I have all the time, talent, and treasure I need to pursue my interests. I am seeking mastery in something, just because I am passionate about it. I have a chance to bond with other people who share my passion. If I choose to, I can volunteer in a non-profit, civic organization, or other organization.