Online Life Coach
I’m sure you’ve heard the term before- but what exactly is a online life coach? A coach that structures your thoughts to find your balance in live, manage your stress and supports you to change your life for the better.
There are many reasons why I chose to offer my services online.
Here are the thress most important ones:
- In addition to all the daily tasks, I wanted to save you from having to drive to a life coach
- You should feel as comfortable as possible during our sessions.
- Professional and privat travels should not get in the way of our conversations.
To these good reasons I now add Corona. In my work at the childresn’s and youth telephone it becomes clear to me again and again, that just now such an offer is very important.
Who needs an online life coach?
Honestly, I think we all benefit from a life coach. We are confronted with more and more topics in everyday life. It is not easy to cope with all the demands that are placed on us, especially in times when nothing is going as it should.
Going to a life coach means:
- being strong and facing your challenges.
- dealing with yourself to become the best version of you.
What you always wanted to know about online Life Coaching
Here, one can particularly highlight 3 groups of people. What all three groups have in common is that they are people who are highly self-motivated and want to achieve a lot on their own initiative. Only the motives are different.
Group 1: Perfectionists
In this group we find people who are very ambitious and committed to the tasks assigned to them and who want to get it right down to the last dot.
Group 2: Performance-oriented people
This group consists of very determined, dynamic people. They like to exert themselves and often enjoy doing so. However, if there is a lack of recognition from outside or if there are failures, this situation can become very stressful. This group also needs a certain amount of freedom to pursue their goals and needs a high degree of self-responsibility.
Group 3: Selfless people
This group approaches things with a lot of idealism. They are often selfless and responsible. They care about the welfare of others above all else. We usually find them in social professions.
These groups certainly do not describe all unambiguously and there are certainly also affected and endangered who have a mixture of the described characteristics, but should also only give an impression.
There is a lot of talk concerning finding your life balance. There is also more than one live balance model out there, but the one I like is from Nossrat Peseschkian.
Change your life
You are facing a life change? No matter if the change is dictated to you by external factors or you want that change your life- it is always an emotional process.
In 1973, Freudenberger created the term burn-out in the United States. At that time, he described the burn-out of people in caring or social professions. Today, burn-out is no longer seen only in social professions. According to a study by Statista from 2017 with 649 respondents, it emerges that in the service sector most respondents (14%) estimate the risk of burn-out to be the highest. With 11%, health, care and social services are still the second most affected group. In the area of administration, management and office work, 9% of the respondents still estimate their risk as high.
One thing is clear here and that is that a burn-out does not occur overnight, but over a longer period of time, sometimes even years. Otherwise, there are many possible factors that promote burn-out.
If one follows the opinion of the WHO, burn-out only develops at the workplace, through the external stress there. But there are also other factors that play a big role here. And often it is not only an external stress, but this is still strengthened by internal factors.