Friday, March 2, 2012

Want to try the clean sweep?

In my struggle to figure out what I want to do next with my life, I've been doing research online.  One suggestion I came across while listening to a life coaching lecture done by Talane Miedaner was the concept of the "clean sweep."  The Clean Sweep Program is a self assessment that you can take to see where you are at in your life in four areas: Physical Environment, Well Being, Money, and Relationships.  The goal is to achieve a score of 100 out of 100 during a 6 -24 month period.

The site says that the a person taking the assessment for the first time will score between 30 and 70.  I tried the assessment and scored a 46.  No surprise to me that I couldn't check yes to "I have nothing around the house or in storage that I do not need" or "I rarely use caffeine."  The list was a good jumping off point, but do I really need to say yes to "I use well-made sunglasses?"  I think that would probably the lowest priority thing on the list.

I thought you all might enjoy checking it out and see what score you get.  The idea is to play it as a game and keep at it until you can get all of your boxes filled in. 

Here's the link to the clean sweep.

So did you try it out?  What score did you get on your first try?  Do you think you could play the clean sweep game?  What is the one thing from the list that could make a positive change in your life?


Harvest Moon by Hand said...

Looks like you fared much better than me. I got a 38. That is a very good list of goals to work towards. Would definitely be worth doing - any improvement would be beneficial.

Sock Monkey Mommy said...

I scored a 77...but I noticed that I was much more successful in relationships than I was in my personal stuff (weight, blood pressure, sun glasses). LOL!

Eddie said...

I scored a 44. That's just depressing. :) My lowest was the personal stuff...I need to go for checkups more regularly, and declutter my house more.

Bright Sky Mom said...

I got a 47...interesting to me was that my highest score was financial and lowest was physical.
Oh, no sunglasses for me either!