We often hear that life is a game. Some agree, others don’t.
But if we think about it, it’s all about our score and how well we perform in different areas of life, isn’t it?
The key ones being mental, physical, spiritual, social, financial, family, career, personal development, etc. Depending on what categories matter to you the most, you’re already working on some or all of these.
You first define what your current situation is. Then, you see what makes you unhappy and plan on how to remove it. After which comes the time to build the right habits so that this life area can always be on the grow. You track your progress, are ruthless with protecting it, devote time to it daily, etc.
If something in life matters to you, you want a high score in it.
That’s where assessment can help. It’s important to ask ourselves what our current level is, so that we can define the steps we need to take to get to the next one.
And I’m talking about self-assessment. About being honest with yourself, not listening to others, asking yourself some deeper questions, and seeing where it takes you.
There’s no place for excuses, illusions, regrets, or unrealistic expectations here. It’s just an honest talk with yourself that results in giving a score to each key area in life.
What you don’t measure, you can’t improve.
Measuring what you care about is a necessary step on the path to improving it.
I became more productive and started doing better work only after I found out all these things that were distracting me and the bad habits I had. Once I took action upon each, I immediately saw progress. I not just started being more efficient, but felt good about myself and was able to focus wherever I was.
Now, let’s use a little help with our self-assessment.
We all love an online quiz, right?
The internet is full of them.
But rather than “self-evaluating” to find out your spirit animal or your Hollywood dream date, why not take a quiz that actually matters?
New York Times bestselling author Michael Hyatt just rolled out his LifeScore Assessment™, and it’s the ultimate quiz for figuring out how you’re doing in each of life’s key areas.
Plus, you get a LifeScore number at the end!
If you’re interested in personal improvement in 2018 (or just curious about what your score is), start here.
It’s free, fast, and available for just a few days.