The SWOT technique is credited to Albert Humphrey and has been utilized mostly by business teams for strategic planning; however, this tool can also be used by individuals for focusing on their personalized goals.
- Strengths: consider personal attributes which will be helpful for achieving your goals.
- Weaknesses: consider personal attributes that could constrain your likelihood to achieving you goals.
- Opportunities: consider external conditions that will be helpful for achieving your goals.
- Threats: consider external conditions that will be harmful to achieving your goals.
While SWOT Analysis is popular in the corporate world, I suggest conducting your own personal SWOT Analysis. It will give you a much clearer picture on how to navigate the current terrain of your life to complete your projects, achieve your goals, and fulfill your life mission.