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You might be one of many people living in a way that doesn’t make you feel satisfied. You might crave for more meaning and substance in your life but don’t know where to start.

More specifically, you might be at a stage in your life when you think about what more you could be, questioning ‘is this all there is to life?’ You might have a gap between where you are and where you’d like to be.

You might be feeling that your life is wasting away, wondering if there is more to life.

You might have such a strong desire to solve a big problem you’re having at the moment.

You might question what it would be worth to you to solve this problem or frustration.

You might be thinking of all the ways this problem is impacting you. It might be affecting your physical and mental health, your relationships, your finances, and so on.


Imagine all the ideas you can find about how to solve your problem.

Imagine how great you’d feel inside.

Imagine visualising a better life, better health, and how you could conquer anything you set your mind to. What would this life look like?

One way to start on your venture would be through the Wheel of Life.

The Wheel of LIfe is an assessment tool that some Coaches use to help their clients create change. This tool assesses which area of your life you need to focus on and allows you to explore the wonderful possibilities of change for the better.

The Wheel of Life focuses on the following:

  • Career
  • Financial
  • Spiritual
  • Physical
  • Intellectual
  • Family
  • Social
  • Career

As a Wellness Coach, I focus on one area of life and explore possibilities. I look at the person’s vision, strengths, obstacles, ambivalence, previous successes, environment, motivations, habits, weekly goals, and three-monthly goals.

Creating a sustainable and life-long habit means that the Coach does not come up with the goals. The client does. The client is the expert in his/her life. The client focuses on realistic achievements that inspire motivation and hard work. The work is challenging, but if the client has a strong focus on the importance of the vision, then it keeps the client going.

Ask yourself, what area of your life do you feel is lacking?

How can one area of your life impact other areas?

Can you explore possibilities of one area of change via journal writing?

Generally, you would focus on where you are and where you’d like to be. The motivation is in the vision itself and how it can change your life for the better.

Please leave a comment below about how you’ve managed to change one area of your life for the better. Start making those life changes now.