12 areas of inner balance

How to achieve higher results in the most important areas of life?  

Over the past years working with my clients, I realized that they do not have the space and tools to imagine and explore the potential of the best possible future. If you want to evaluate how to balance the most important aspects of your life, I can offer an Inventory Balance which you can get from my website awolinskaskuza.com

This will help you to explore the 12 areas of the inner balance:

  1. Your Relationships
  2. Coping with stress and emotions
  3. Productivity and high energy
  4. Your quality of life
  5. Your health and fitness
  6. Your finances
  7. Your spiritual life
  8. Your career
  9. Your intellectual life
  10. Your creative life
  11. Getting out of your comfort zone
  12. Your vision of life

You may rate each of the categories on a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being low and 10 being high. This isn’t a test! Everyone has own definition of success, and these can vary considerably. 

12 areas of inner balance help you think about the most important areas in you life. All starts from relationship that has a very important influence over the other areas.  It encourages you to think about your relationships with your ecosystem, the surrounding environment, your partner, children, parents, siblings, and friends. How happy are you in your current relationship? To what extent do your relationships with friends give you a sense of support, good energy and joy? Who is the most important relationship with? How do you treat each other? How much time do you spend with them? What do you do together? How do you feel with them? 

I encourage you to go through each of the 12 categories and reflect on all the answers for the most important questions.

Searching for balance and harmony in the most important areas of our life is a creative work. It requires some effort, consistency and a lot of energy. Going beyond the comfort zone is associated with courage and determination, as well as seeing your life from a bird’s eye view. This is a kind of mental exercise when you evaluate your limiting beliefs, your fears, your longings, but at the same time you are looking at where your dreams, aspirations and ambitions come from. By doing this mental exercise, you create a map of yourself, and you are more aware of where you are now. Frustration in one area of you life may show that in some other area something is not working. Very often the changes you want to make don’t have to be radical. Sometimes you have to try and see how things go, and simply experiment. 

For most of you these 12 areas of inner balance is a good starting point. You can set yourself goals and create a new vision for the next year or years. You may also honestly evaluate and ask yourself:

  • What is the most important for me?
  • Which of these areas I devote the most attention to?
  • What is under my control and what is not?
  • What priorities do I find there and what influence does it have on my decisions? 
  • What is the value system that governs my decisions regarding: status, relationships, financial security and lifestyle?

You need to be clear about these preferences in order to make some changes in your life. The circumstances may change but the underlining values ​​don’t change. We all know that the opportunities will always come, but we may be better prepared for them.

Too many of us give up on our dreams when life’s problems arise. We postpone our plans for later, temper our own ambitions and aspirations, and forget that our future depends on us. We even lose faith in ourselves and hope. Do we really want this? 

Think what you would like to change and decide about which of the 12 areas of inner balance you are ready to work on this year. If you feel that it overwhelms you, stresses you or you don’t know how to deal with it, I am happy to help you and create with you a solid plan to challenge you and push you a bit to take full risks to live better!

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