During this phase of self-isolation, when people have nothing but time and patience with them, there has never been a perfect set-up to audit yourself.
What do I think about?
What are my habits?
Where does my time usually go, in my day to day life?
How much time do I spend on my smartphone?
Where is my life at, right now?
Am I satisfied with my mental/ physical/ financial/ work life?
Can I better my finance process?
Is there something I can change to move forward in my work life?
Is my mind where I want it to be or is it hurting me more?
Do I usually eat the right type of food that should be put in my body?
Am I better than what I was yesterday?
This is the time to ask yourself these questions and with ample time in your hands, you can think about it, find answers within yourself and make the necessary changes.
How to make those changes?
Well, you have time and absolutely no need for shortcuts to make long-term changes.
You can learn, you can experiment, you can research, you can listen to the experts in the particular field (wherever you’re having problems).
You can pave the path ahead for you, yourself.
However, the choice to do so, is in your hands.
This is the best time to self-audit.