Aligning professional and personal Goals
Life Design is dedicated to the lifestyle and asks: "How can I achieve my goals?" I support you to see clearly and to make informed decisions.
Currently, there are two seemingly contradictory fundamental convictions regarding this question:
- Some view any kind of planning with criticism. The guiding principle - to paraphrase John Lennon - is: "Life is what happens while you are busy making other plans."
- And others - supported by most of the “Guides to Success” currently available - are convinced that we can achieve anything we dream about with the right goal orientation. Their guiding
principle is: "Without a goal, you'll never get where you want to go." That means maximum planning.
The truth lies somewhere in the middle
Psychologists have known for many years that in order to experience happiness - also called Flow - both are necessary:
- An achievable goal for which you have the necessary skills
- Being immersed in what you are doing in here and now with direct feedback on the progress
The Hungarian psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi has shown in many studies that people who are "in the flow" more often, are happier.
Together, we are asking the following questions:
- What activities let you reach “Flow”?
- How can you "reproduce" this state as often as possible?
- What consequences does this have for your life?
You decide what kind of support you would like: