What Is This?

This assessment is designed to take a quick inventory of your well-being.
You can think of it as a subjective checklist for the ingredients of a good life.

And we’re keeping it simple.

This is a broad and brief overview, measuring factors from models of well-being you’ll find throughout the site.
If you’re looking for a more full experience of measuring your well-being, including uncovering your Strengths and Growth Zones, then visit the Assessment Center.

How to Use This Assessment

Consider each factor within your life. From one to seven, how would you rate your level, now, of this aspect in your life?
1 would be “I’m not at all satisfied with where this is at” or “This is not at all a source of my well-being,” and 7 would be “I can’t imagine being more satisfied with this part of my life.”

  1. Move each slider. Don’t dwell on it too long. Go with your gut!
  2. Write down or take a picture of your responses.
  3. Revisit this page consistently—over days, weeks, or months—and place the sliders in the same way. Again, record your answers.
  4. Reflect on how these factors change over time. What growth, habits, or circumstances in your life are affecting the changes in each factor?

Consider realistic goals as you track your general well-being. No matter who you are, it’s unrealistic to expect 7’s in every category. And, what areas challenge you the most? Where would you like that one factor to be by the end of this month or year?

As always, you can find skills and exercises throughout this site on MANY aspects of well-being, including exercises and resources to help you build a life well-lived. If you aren’t sure where to start, see the Site Tour or go check out the Models of Well-Being. Or you can even start by checking out the subjects above:

Looking for more detail and insight?

You can also take 5-minute or a 25-minute assessment, analyzing more factors of your growth and well-being.

And for the full experiencecheck out the Assessment Center, where you can uncover your Strengths, Capabilities, and Growth Zones across 50 factors and many, many subfactors.