Life Coach: The 'Wheel of Life' Tool with Pam Solberg-Tapper

May 19, 2017 08:16 AM

On this Friday we are taking a step back, looking inward, and assessing our personal lives - all thanks to life coach Pam Solberg-Tapper and a tool called, the 'Wheel of Life.'

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Pam says the 'Wheel of Life' is a simple, yet powerful tool to assess the eight primary domains of your life - career, money, health, friends & family, romance, personal growth, fun & recreation, and physical environment. The tool's aim is to help create more balance, fulfillment, and success in your life.

How it works:

The wheel is like a pizza pie, cut into eight pieces representing the eight primary domains of life. You go around the pie, ranking your satisfaction for each piece. At the center of the wheel is '1' and the outer edge is the ideal '10.' Connect the lines to form an inner wheel - the new perimeter represents your life.

Is your wheel round? Or is it a little bumpy? Now you can look at the domains you want to improve and create actions.

“This little tool can really help us get more satisfied and have more balance in our life,” explained Pam.

If you'd like to learn more about the 'Wheel of Life' tool or do your own, contact Pam. You'll find that information below. 

About Pam

Pam is an internationally experienced Executive Coach and Professional Development Consultant. She offers tools and motivation to help her clients improve their business performance as well as their quality of life. Pam is an avid runner, and is the 17th woman in the world to run a marathon on all 7 continents plus the North Pole. She says she brings a sense of adventure, achievement and can-do attitude to her clients.

Contact Pam

Pam Solberg-Tapper, MHSA, PCC

Executive Coach/Leadership Development Coach for Success, Inc.

Office: 218-729-0772

Mobile: 218-340-3330




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