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Life Wheel

Life Wheel



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Find your balance!
Find your balance!

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Published by: Sacred Earth Partners - Lori Lynn Smith on Dec 17, 2008
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Foundation Coaching Group Inc
The Life BalanceWheel 
Page 2
Life Balance Wheel 
Print out this page. Before you fill in the wheel, you can rename sections to matchthe important areas of your life. You may also choose to split one or two sections oradd one or two sections of your own. For example, many people prefer to divide"Friends & Family" into one wedge.1.
The center of the wheel is 0, and the outer edge of the wheel as 10. Rankyour level of satisfaction with each life area by drawing an arc at the numberthat represents your level of satisfaction. A 0 means you are not satisfied atall with an area right now; A 10 means everything in that area is absolutelyperfect for you right now.2.
Write the number that the arc represents. For example, if you are 75%satisfied with your career, draw an arc about 3/4 of the way out from thecenter of the circle in the Career section of the Wheel, and label it 7.5.
Save the completed wheel.4.
Every few months re-visit the Life Balance Wheel and create a new one to see
how you're doing. Don’t look at the previous wheels you have created untilyou’ve filled out the new one. Then put the wheels side
-by-side and look atwhat has changed as you smooth out the bumps.

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