The SWOT Analysis Tool can help you make brilliant decisions.
To perform a business SWOT Analysis, look at your current strengths and weaknesses from many dimensions, such as from the dimension of Sales, the Customer, Business Model, Finance, Cash, Gross Margin, Marketing, Brand, Distribution, Product, Innovation, Reliability, Operations, Productivity, Efficiency, People, Culture, and Retention. Next, look at your opportunities and threats as related to external factors such as Partnerships, New Technologies, New Laws, New Methods, Economic Conditions, Weather Patterns, Social Norms, Market Conditions, Hiring Conditions, and Competitive Conditions.
To perform a personal SWOT Analysis, we recommend looking at your current situation from the dimension of your Relationships, Health, Career, Finances, Spiritual, Learning, Fun, and Service.
Lastly, rank your items in order of importance, then formulate a conclusion based on what you should do next as a result of your current situation. You can create an OKR to turn these conclusion items into action items.