- Are you setting aside time to do the things that are important to you?
- Are there aspects of what you do that don’t bring you joy and, if so, why are you doing them?
- Is the busyness of your life self-induced to cover up a pain you don’t want to think about?
- Is there a UAC driving your overwhelming and unrealistic “to-do” list?
- Set boundaries that serve you.
- Know what you truly value and live and make choices aligned with those values.
- Do you have a vision of the life you want to live?
- What are your goals and how will you know when you reach them?
- Do you have “time killers” built into what you do?
- Keep a log of everything you do for two weeks. Evaluate what you actually did versus what you said you would do. What worked for you? What did not?
- What made you happy? What stressed you out?
Reardon, Phyllis, “Life Coaching Activities & Powerful Questions”, Sept. 2010
Mindtools.com as the source for “The Wheel of Life”; MI Self Test; Time Management Log; Time Management Assessment Tool; Time Management Activity Schedule.
Stoltzfus, Tony, “Coaching Questions”, 2008
Cox, Stephen, “What Does It Mean to Live a Balanced Life?”, Balanced Existence
Arntz, William, Betsy Chasse and Matthew Hoffman, “What The Bleep Do We Know?” DVD Documentary, 2004
Goers, Anatasiya, “Five Essential Zen Habits for Balanced Living”, Balance in Me Website
Ross, Dr. Hugh, “Chaos vs. Order in Planetary Systems”, Astrophysical Journal, March 5, 2012
Wood, Bernice, “Is Your Busyness Covering Up Pain?”, Website, August 17, 2011
The Wheel of Life www.mindtools.com
MI Self-Test www.mindtools.com
Time Management Log www.mindtools.com
Time Management Assessment Tool www.mindtools.com
Time Management Activity Schedule www.mindtools.com
The Values Game http://forum.coachcampus.com/test
Go to Programs-Select Program
Select Modules & Teleclasses
Select Learning Level 2
Session Creating Action
Scroll down to Resources
Discover Underlying Automatic
Commitment (UAC) http://forum.coachcampus.com/test
Follow same procedure as above
Select Session Underlying Beliefs