The Wheel Of Life: Identifying What Areas Need Your Attention

The wheel is a simple but powerful tool designed to help you get a graphical representation of the present balance between different areas regarding your life and business, which will most benefit you by improving.

The eight sections in the Wheel Of Life represent different aspects of your life. Seeing the center of the wheel as I and the outer edges as 10, rank your level of satisfaction with each life area by filling in that piece of the pie to the level.



Am I generally fit and well? Do I eat healthy? Do I exercise regularly?

Physical Environment

Do I like the area in which I live? Is home comfortable, tidy, and warm? Is my office conducive to productivity?

Personal Growth

Am I continually learning new things? Do I enjoy new opportunities for growth? Am I growing from the things that I do as a person?


Do I have/want a good relationship? Do we share values and intimacy? Am I nurturing the relationship and giving it the attention it needs?

Fun And Recreation

Do I have fun often? Do I know how to relax? Do I enjoy sports or have hobbies or take time for myself?


Is my business rewarding? Does it reflect my values? Do I feel balanced, in control, and happy with my time, responsibilities, etc?


Do I earn enough through my business? Am I happy with how I spend it? Am I on a path to financial freedom?

Friends And Family

Do I have/want a close circle of friends? Do I spend enough time with family and friends? Do I value the relationship we have with each other?

Interpreting Your Wheel

If this were an actual wheel, how bumpy would the ride be? In theory, what you are aiming for with your completed wheel is to have all segments scored evenly or close, above 7, and as near as ten as possible. Because not all areas are equal in priority to you, consider marking each with a ranking of 1 (low) to 10 (high). Be honest with yourself when considering these scores. Also, when determining how you rank each segment, rank each by asking, “how balanced and satisfied am I with this one area.” rather than comparing it to others. Remember, balance doesn’t mean equal.

How Well Did You Score On The Wheel Of Life?

Are You Satisfied With Your Score?

Would You Like To Improve Your Score?

Ready to score higher on The Wheel Of Life? Ready for your breakthrough to create an unstoppable and a barely unrecognizable life.

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