On a scale of 1 to 7, where 1 would be ‘Not at all satisfied,’ 4 would be ‘Neutral,’ and 7 would be ‘Very Satisfied,’
Indicate how satisfied you are with…
Your hope and optimism now, and for the future.
How you soak up the moments in your life, appreciate what you have, and hold gratitude for the people in your life.
Your sense of being moved, humbled, connected, and mystified by the world/everything.
Your deep consideration of money as a concept, and your ability to use money, instead of it using you.
Your body’s overall capacities and condition, your relationship with food, and healthy habits.
Your stress tolerance, focused determination, coping skills, belief in yourself, and ability to generally rock it when it is hard to do so.
Your equanimity, ability to not react to your thoughts, your ability to be in touch with your body and emotions, and your awareness of this exact moment.
Your wisdom: the soundness of your actions/decisions with regard to the application of experience, knowledge, and good judgment.
Your ability to have your heart and your mind match your words and your actions.
Your ability to be the ultimate master of your emotions, thoughts, and actions; no one controls you but you.
Your amount of free time, work/life balance, and ability to choose to do nothing if you want to.
Your ability to see the forest for the trees, get a grip, and happily and productively handle what is in front of you, and within you.
Your sense of full engagement with your work, uniquely tying in who you are with what you do.
Your clarity around a great responsibility and duty to accomplish a particular mission(s) in life.
Your meaningful goals for the far future that you are working to make a reality.
Your belief/knowledge that your story of what has/is/will happen (as opposed to “reality”) determines your experience of them
Your sense that you are the kind of person that has a sustained, regular practice of acquiring new knowledge, as well as reflecting on your vast inner landscape.
Your engagement in a wide variety of activities (sports, music, movement, research, reading, theater, culinary, imagery, space design, writing, etc) that you find challenging and absorbing.
Your sense that how you apply your strengths and skills to others at home, at work, and in everyday life exemplifies your commitment to selfless, beneficial service.
Your belief that you have teased apart how your history (e.g, family, city, country, time period, friends, religion) has formed you through its currents and channels, and you now stand upon a hill overlooking the waterways, charting one’s course intentionally.
The degree that you experience deep fulfillment in your life
Your ability to avoid readily getting into things enough that they are harmful to you or others (e.g., alcohol, drugs, sugar, video games, binge-watching, gambling, junk food, etc.)
Your sense that you feel good when you think of what you’ve done in the past and what you hope to do in the future.
The number, quality, intimacy, diversity, support, positivity, belonging, and general nature of your friendships.
The self-love I experience when I’m in social settings, alone in my head, in professional settings, in close relationships, and generally being more than okay with myself.
Your faith in humanity, empathy for others, willingness to step in and help others, and generally you being a very caring, quality human being, even when it is challenging to do so.
Your ability to vulnerably share what is inside you with others when it is hard to do so, and step into discomfort to create greater knowing and intimacy.
Your long-term relationship world (if applicable): deep knowing, fondness, and admiration, couple rituals, intimacy, giving the benefit of the doubt, conflict skills, boosting one another up, growing one another, etc.
Your listening skills — present, engaged, curious, insightful, selfless, patient, and empathetic.
Your dating world (if applicable): readiness, selection ability, building friendship, building intimacy, co-discovery compatibility, confidence, managing ongoing relationship dynamics, etc.
- Hope: ? / 7
- Gratitude: ? / 7
- Awe: ? / 7
- Money: ? / 7
- Health: ? / 7
- Challenge: ? / 7
- Mindfulness: ? / 7
- Wisdom: ? / 7
- Clean Communication: ? / 7
- 100% Responsibility: ? / 7
- Busyness: ? / 7
- Perspective: ? / 7
- Diversity of Expression: ? / 7
- Pay it Forward: ? / 7
- Levels of Consideration: ? / 7
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.
This brief 5-minute version measures some factors from the 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 1 to seven, how would you rate your level, now, of this aspect in your life? One 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.”
- Move each slider. Don’t dwell on it too long. Go with your gut!
- Click the button to see your results.
- Write down or take a picture of your responses.
- Revisit this page consistently—over days, weeks, or months—and place the sliders in the same way. Again, record your answers.
- 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. Another great place to start is clicking on a factor that interests you from the results above.
Looking for more detail and insight?
You can also take a 25-minute assessment, analyzing more factors of your growth and well-being.
And for the full experience…check out the Assessment Center, where you can uncover your Strengths, Capabilities, and Growth Zones across 50 factors and many, many subfactors.