Self Analysis Checklist to Evaluate Yourself

Self Analysis Checklist

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Self analysis is a science. A science of being aware of yourself, what you think and what you do.

What’s your best investment?

Money? Or Big House? Or Your Luxury Car?

It’s YOU.

Investing in yourself provides you the best Returns on Investment.

And it starts with self analysis. It helps you to being aware of your capabilities, your environment, your strength, your weakness – and become the best version of yourself.

It allows you to focus on what really matters to you and improve the quality of life.

The person who knows you better than anyone else is YOU.

So start spending some time with you in order to become an effective individual.

Okay, Tell me…

When was the last time you spend 5 Dedicated Minutes with yourself?


It’s been a long time, right?

Recently, I created a self analysis checklist to being aware of myself and my actions.

And I’m sharing it with you. Give it just your 5 Minutes. All that’s needed from you is an honest commitment to answer the questions.

Access Your Self Analysis Checklist Here.

What’s Next?

Once you’re done with the list please share your score here. I’d love to know.

Or did you analyze yourself recently? If yes, What have you analyzed, realized and changed? Please drop your views in the comment section below.

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  1. Hey Pawan

    Thanks for sharing this!

    It is really helpful for me. I would say one thing very honestly here the points which you have shared with me here “All the points and things I know very well but I ignore these points”.
    Thanks once again to remind me that before anything I am the person for whom I am working and living.
    Looking forward to

    1. Hey Jainesh, Thanks for your kind words. Yes You’re right we ignore the personal development in our daily life and forget to spending time ourselves. Thanks for reading it. I’m happy that you find it helpful. Thanks Mate 😀

  2. Hey Pawan, thanks for sharing this. Was a very educational exercise – not sure if I was being overly optimistic on some of the scorings but since you asked, here are my scores:

    Self Development – 70
    Career & Work – 100
    Productivity – 65
    Health & well-being – 70
    Personal Relationship – 70

  3. hey Pawan,
    Thanks for sharing
    it’s helpful to me
    my score:
    Self Development:30
    Career and Work:45
    Health and wellbeing:45
    Personal Relationship:50

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