It’s easy to feel like we’re constantly going from one thing to the next. From our tasks at work, to our responsibilities and commitments at home. There are seemingly endless demands on our time and attention. We can only keep up the juggling act for so long. Soon, some areas of our lives will begin to suffer neglect in favor of other areas.
But our lives are more than our work. They are more than our social lives outside of work. In fact, it’s helpful to see our lives as consisting of 10 interrelated domains: spiritual, intellectual, emotional, physical, relational, parental, social, vocational, avocational, and financial.
All of these domains are connected. Each one affects all the others. For example, your physical condition impacts your work; your financial state will affect your social life. To get the life you want, you have to be touching all the domains. Only then will you have the balance you need. Finding that balance begins with knowing how you’re doing in all 10 life domains. It’s the only way to make progress. Of course, it can be hard to see what areas are suffering. Our perspectives are limited when it comes to our own lives. How do you get clear on where you are right now? I encourage you to take a quick and easy online quiz called the LifeScore Assessment.
Don’t let the words “quiz” or “assessment” scare you away. This tool provides the visibility you need and lets you rate yourself in all 10 life domains. It then assigns a numeric value to your answers and calculates your total LifeScore. Afterward, you receive a score-specific report with tips and strategies you can use to improve your score in the coming year.
Maybe you’re in the best health you’ve ever been in, but you’re not experiencing progress in your career. Or maybe you’re pursuing new hobbies and loving every minute of it, but you’re disconnected from your spouse. The assessment will uncover these things and help you determine which domains need the most attention, so you can pursue growth and set goals accordingly.
The future is built on the present. The decisions we make today affect the outcomes of tomorrow. Without a good sense of where things stand now, those decisions will be uninformed and our actions aimless. The LifeScore Assessment provides the insight we need to make significant—and balanced—strides in personal growth. The assessment only takes about 10 minutes to complete. It’s easy and it’s free. Best of all, it’ll give you the necessary visibility to begin your best year ever.
After you take the LifeScore Assessment, you might be wondering, Where do I go from here? The good news is, you can take charge of what you can control. Join our live event, Your Best Year Ever, and get the focus you need to build the life you want. You’ll come away with goals set and a plan in place to charge into the new year on a path to success.