Life Balance2022-02-05T17:43:41+01:00

Life Balance

There is a lot of talk concerning finding your life balance. There is also more than one life balance model out there, but the one I like is from  Nossrat Peseschkian. Find our why I like his model the best.

Life Balance- Work-Life-Balance

The Work-Life Balance Model from Nossrat Peseschkian takes into account the two well-known dimensions work and family, but adds to those also value and health.

Family & social contacts

This of course includes Friends and Family but also social engagement and devotion and acceptance.  If this is not in your balance there might be conflicts with your partner, friends or family. You also might feel alone.

Work & Finances

Here we have our job, money and success. This also means prosperity and wealth. Also included here is education as well as continued education and efficiency and regeneration. The work part might show in conflicts at work, your self-esteem or financially.

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Health & Fitness

This includes a healthy diet, rest and relaxation, your expectations of life, your fitness and overall health.  If Health is not in balance you might not feel too well, you might be sick, or your efficiency is not what it used to be.

Meaning & Culture

This includes love, religion, values, and sense of life, self-fulfillment and questions of the future. This part is very often forgotten, but if you don’t balance this right for you, you might end up losing your footing or stagnating.

This balance is unique for all of us since it is based on our individual needs and goals. I will help you finding out your needs and how your life is in a good balance. Than we will look at the discrepancies and work with them towards your goal.

Do you find yourself in these descriptions? Contact me for a noncommittal initial discussion and take the first step to get your life back into balance.

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