Updated: Jun 1, 2020
There’s been a lot of talk about resetting lately and that’s great.
But whether you’re a brand, a business, an individual, or all three it makes sense to start by taking stock of where you are now.
Doing a self-audit is a tool for doing just that. Once you know where you are you can determine what you want to change and what a reset would look like.
Here’s a quick self-audit how-to list you may find useful.
Assess yourself in different categories e.g. business relationships, competencies, personal relationships, personal finances, wellness.
In each category list what currently exists - don’t judge yourself, just make an objective list.
For example, under wellness, you may list - “I’m hypertensive, I can jog a mile comfortably, I often feel a lack of energy”.
Against each of those items write what you want instead (if necessary).
Check out tomorrow’s post for getting to your reset and contact me here if you’d find a free self-audit and personal reset guide useful. I’ll create it if more than 10 people need it.