The Wheel of Life Activity


March 15, 2021


Every single day is an opportunity for you to START working on your maximised life.

That's why this week I want to share with you my adapted version of the Wheel of Life activity.


In my coaching programs I use a whole range of different tools and activities to help people get clearer on who they are, what they're called to bring to this world and set goals to match. Trouble is - life is never a one-project-process! Life is complex and nuanced and there are ALWAYS multiple things going on at once. To addess that we use tools like the Lifestyle Design Quiz, and also the Wheel of Life activity.


Today, I want you to download the activity sheet, print it out and then let me run you through it on this super-quick episode. There are 8 different lifestyle domains - a little different to the Lifestyle Design Quiz, becuase I use this one is business programs - "work" and "finanaces" are separate on this tool. Also, Physical Space is an extra feature - how happy are you with things like your house, office, garden - the spaces you live in. And this tool also has "Spirituality or Personal Growth" - an important part of ANY personal development process.


This tool also has a place to help you define success - what does 10/10 look like for you in each of those 8 areas of life?

Once you're done, I'd love for you to leave a comment below and tell me what you thought?


Let's dive in...

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Here's the highlights:


  • [2:35] The Wheel of Life contains spirituality or personal growth added as extra areas/sectors. In Blueprint, we work from the inside out. Internal world knowledge is important to get it right.


  • [4:29] Areas covered: (1) Finances; (2) Business or Work; (3) Spirituality or Personal Growth; (4) Fun & Adventure; (5) Health & Fitness; (6) Romantic Connection; (7) Family and (8) Physical Space (very important if you’re a kinesthetic person).


  • [5:40] Second Step: Colour in your satisfaction or your happiness level for each area to create the picture of how your wheel looks like. Your odd-shaped wheel will show where you might need to focus.


  • [6:38] Objective of the activity: Take a look at how people assess their own version of success and how we can use education to scale success. The Wheel of Life is collecting baseline data - the left part tells our satisfaction levels and the right part tells what 10/10 looks like to us.


  • [08:08] Third Step: Put in numbers on each of the areas that you need to work on.


  • [09:41] You can't do everything at once - so choose a couple of areas to focus on. Just choose a max of 3. Because if you're spreading yourself too thin, you're minimizing your impact.