49 PART 2: EVALUATING THE LEVEL YOU APPLY YOUR VALUES STEP 1: Read now carefully your Values as you identified them in PART 1. STEP 2: Use the Dart – Board provided below and draw/write an X on the dartboard in each area based on your estimation that represents best where you stand today. • An X in the “Bull’s Eye” (the center), indicates that you are living completely fully and in harmony with your value for that area of living. • An X far from the “Bull’s Eye” means that your life is way off and far of the way you desire to live your life based on your own core values. • 4 domains of valued living = 4 Xs on the dart board (see the example provided). 1. WORK / EDUCATION Refers to your workplace & career, education and knowledge level, skills and development. • How do you be towards your customers, professional acquaintances, affiliates, colleagues? • What personal qualities / talents you want to enhance your career with? • Which skills you want to acquire or develop? 2. RELATIONSHIPS This section is about social connectedness, intimacy and bonding. It includes any relationships you might have; partner, children, parents, siblings, family, friendships, colleagues and social acquaintances. • How to you want to show up to these relationships? • What kind of relationships you want to develop / create / transform into? • How do fit in your everyday life? • How do you want those important others to see you? 3. LEISURE “Leisure” describes to activities and things that help you to relax, stimulate your imagination or thinking, enjoy life, hobbies, recreational activities or anything that sparks creativity and you find fun and pleasant. 4. PERSONAL GROWTH & HEALTH Refers to your life-long development and evolution as an individual. • This might include any spiritual aspects, like group religion activities or personal beliefs and rituals to express spirituality. • Activities to improve or maintain your physical and/or psychological wellbeing. Example: I am living fully by my values in this area Example: I have lost touch with my values in this area Leisure/ Recreation (Your time) Personal Growth/ Health Relationships (Family and friends) Work / Education STRENGTHS WHEEL (Driver, M. (2011). Coaching Positively – Lessons for coaches from Positive Psychology. Maidenhead: Open University Press /McGraw Hill)