How are you?

How are you where it really counts?

This high level self assessment gives you simple yard stick to articulate how you feel about your physical, emotional, financial and spiritual well being. Use it to interact with friends and/or coaches who support you in being your best without burning out.

To what extent do you agree with the following statements?

I Totally
Agree <<<>>> Disagree

My health is at an optimum state and I sleep very well. 5 4 3 2 1
My values are clear and are supported by my spiritual life and my character. 5 4 3 2 1
My family life is fulfilling and very rewarding. 5 4 3 2 1
My friends support my values and priorities. 5 4 3 2 1
Recreation is important to me and I make it a priority. 5 4 3 2 1
I am aware of my strengths. I am able to take advantage of them in my work and personal life. 5 4 3 2 1
I am very organized; My work and personal life are balanced with little stress. 5 4 3 2 1
I love my work and feel equipped and empowered to regularly be my best and do what I am best at doing. 5 4 3 2 1
My financial affairs are totally under control and I feel well rewarded for the work I do. 5 4 3 2 1
My personal growth and development plans support my career and life objectives. 5 4 3 2 1
See Assessment Below Total Score:

50

Assessment

If your total score is:

  • 50 – 40 = Congratulations! You are doing fine. You most likely have a well balanced effective life. Be a coach to someone who needs your help. It will do you a great deal of good.
  • 39 – 25 = Risk zone. On the surface you are doing fine but there could be some areas of risk. Take a good look at statements where you scored low. Ask your self why and what needs to happen to improve such scores. With purpose driven, focused coaching you are likely to feel more in control, fulfilled and deliver higher value to yourself and others.
  • 24 – 15 = High risk zone. You are facing the risk of a compromised quality of life. Take another serious look at your score. You may be facing the cumulative effect of several challenges. You could do yourself a great deal of good by seeking a competent coach or some professional opinion.
  • 14 – 0 = Danger zone. You are at a very high risk. Things may be out of control. If your answers are a true reflection of how you feel, you need immediate help. Please seek professional help.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This survey is not a clinical diagnostic tool. If any of your answers raise your concern, please seek professional assessments

Do you need a coach?

Athletes worldwide appreciate the value of good coaching. The same applies in the personal and professional arenas. In times of change, growth or winning life challenges, nothing can replace the benefits of effective personal coaching.

Note: If your score is less than 25 you fall in the risk and danger zone. To help you we are glad to we offer you a complimentary Effectiveness and Overload Gauge™. At the end of your survey input the system will e-mail you a confidential personalized assessment report with comparative benchmark data and helpful tips. Click here to go to your gauge.

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