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Your Life Wheel - Without Life Areas

Your Life Wheel - Without Life Areas

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Published by Douglas Masters
Instructions on how to create a Life Wheel (a.k.a. Wheel of Life) which is a common technique for starting on a personal development journey.
This version of the guide is not populated with Life areas and is therefore ideal for those wanting to create a unique and personal Life Wheel for themselves.
Instructions on how to create a Life Wheel (a.k.a. Wheel of Life) which is a common technique for starting on a personal development journey.
This version of the guide is not populated with Life areas and is therefore ideal for those wanting to create a unique and personal Life Wheel for themselves.

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Published by: Douglas Masters on Nov 25, 2008
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A Guide to Create Your Life Wheel
This 3 Stage guide will help you get started on your personal development journey by instructingyou how to create a Life Wheel (or Wheel of Life) – for further details please visit our websitewww.thecoffeephilosophy.com. 
Stage 1 – Assess areas of your Life important to you
In order to create your Life Wheel you need to assess a number of areas of your life and give thema score.To do make the Life Wheel more personal it is down to
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to think of the many different areas of your life that are important and list them in the spaces provided below. This can cover a range of interests, life priorities, and roles such as Parent, Family, Wealth, Friends, Outlook on Life, Sports,Recreation, Hobby, Job Role, Career, Education, Self Esteem etc.After you have identified and written down your areas you should circle the relevant score foreach of them. A high score (i.e. a 10) indicates total fulfilment whereas a low score indicatesdissatisfaction.
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Stage 2 - Draw Your Life Wheel
Using the areas and scores that you identified for each above, write the areas in the spacesprovided on the Life Wheel below and then plot the score for each one onto the correspondingspoke. Once you have done this join each point together with a straight line – well done you havecompleted your Life Wheel!In order to help with Stage 3 below it is sometimes useful to go a step further, using a differentcolour pen or pencil, plot the scores that you perceive would be your “ideal” for each of the areas.As before, join the points with straight lines, you should now have a clear illustration of the gapsbetween where you are and where you want to be!

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