Created by Cait Ward and Concussed.
For each question, identify five answers that best describe your experience over the past week.
Considering your answers from Part I, identify six things in your life that would result in a low energy bank. Remember: These should be elements that you have control over.
Hint: Be specific. For example, instead of “a good night sleep,” I would write “less than 8 hours of sleep”
Considering your answers from Part II, identify five things in your life that would result in a high energy bank. In other words, what daily routines allow you to show up as the best version of yourself? Be specific. Remember: These are elements that you have control over.
Hint: These may just be the opposite of what you wrote in Part II!
When you consider your personal energy bank, identify one area that you would like to focus on improving.
How might you use this as a tool when struggling with adverse situations outside of your control? (This could apply to
concussion or injury, but is not limited to such).
What are some benefits of making it a habit to check in with your Energy Bank?
Do you have any questions about the Energy Bank Model?