Habit Inventory (10-15 min)

Estimated Time to Complete: 10-15 minutes

Scoring Instructions

Habits with a mark in column A represent a serious deficiency and inattention to them is causing problems to surface that could be avoided
Habits with a mark in column B represent areas that could be improved upon to create substantial improvements in your productivity.
Habits with a mark in column C represent areas that you are managing successfully.
Habits with a mark in column D represent areas where you shine and create significant value and positive reputation for consistency and excellence.

For each habit with a mark in the “A” column, go to your Habit Action List at the end of this section and add a task for improving the habit. If you have several habits in the “A” column, don’t try to improve more than three (3) in one month and only add one at a time at 30-day intervals thereafter. Some people find it helpful to start with the easiest habit to adapt and integrate it with other activities they do regularly. Others find it more helpful to begin with the habits causing the greatest stress or obstacle to their success.

Habit Inventory Worksheet
Habit Inventory
Never (0-25%)
Sometimes (26%-50%)
Usually (51%-75%)
Always (76%-100%)
I have a clear and concise goal-setting process.
I set milestones to measure progress towards my goals.
I celebrate milestone victories to maintain momentum.
I break down goals into smaller, manageable tasks.
I practice positive self-talk and affirmations.
I surround myself with positive and supportive people.
I focus on finding solutions rather than dwelling on problems.
I read to expand my knowledge and skills.
I take notes as I learn new information.
I prioritize a daily planning period.
I identify the most important task and tackle it first.
I monitor my productivity and identify areas for improvement.
I am intentional about where I spend my money and time.
I network with others in my industry or field.
I seek out mentors to learn from their experiences.
I look for ways to create value for others.
I use time-blocking techniques to add structure and focus.
I set boundaries and limit distractions to maintain productivity.
I challenge myself to take calculated risks.
I learn from failures and use them to grow and learn.
I maintain a self-care routine for physical health.
I maintain a self-care routine for mental health.
I ask for constructive feedback from mentors and coaches.
I actively listen to feedback without getting defensive.
I ask clarifying questions to ensure understanding.
I think about the emotional impact before I speak or take action.
I utilize a system for managing my email and calendar.
I keep my physical workspace organized and free of clutter.
I automate routine tasks and delegate.
I take ownership of my failures and weaknesses.
I set consequences for not meeting goals or commitments.
I share my goals and progress with an accountability partner.
I take online courses or workshops to learn new skills.
I seek relevant challenges that expand my comfort zone.
I communicate my goals and vision to those around me.
I develop relationships with individuals who share my values and goals.
I pactice gratitude and focus on the positive aspects of my life.
I express appreciation for the skills and value of others.
I regulate my emotions and avoid reacting impulsively.
I show empathy, patience and understanding to others.
I make decisions based on my core values and priorities.
I review my personal mission statement and life vision.
I align work and goals with my sense of purpose.
I monitor my strengths and weaknesses.
I focus on my strengths and outsource tasks that are not my strong suit.
I set high standards when I work within my strength.
I encourage and support others on my team.
I practice brainstorming and ideation exercises to stimulate creativity.
I expect and accept uncertainty and unpredictability.
I review my productivity at the end of the day.

When finished, click submit. Then click “Complete Lesson"

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