for high achievers
Step out of forcing&control and focus on creating the life you enjoy living.
You have high standards. You live a busy and fulfilling life. Work hard, play hard. But you notice that what once was easy, now requires a lot more effort.
The risks and responsibility increase, so does overtime and stress.
Your work ethic and standards helped you build a career, but they don't come with an easy to use "off" switch.
And this costs you more than you can afford:
Or perhaps you haven't even noticed the warning signs but you suddenly experience panic.
I can totally imagine that if you have seen the warning signs, you tried to do something about it. Productivity apps, mindfulness apps, more exercise, less exercise.
But whatever you tried so far, making it through the days is not getting easier. Or the improvements are temporary.
I have been there. Working full time, driven by FOMO trying to cram as much into my days and weekends as possible. And then not fully enjoying it because the moment is taken over by a headache or a worry.
I am a recovering high achiever. Striving for success took me very far - far from my home country and further than I thought was possible in my career.
This did have a cost though. Burnout, high levels of stress and anxiety, depression, an eating disorder and body image issues.
Life doesn't have to be this hard.
You can be successful and build a life that you enjoy living. Striving doesn't have to drive you to a nervous breakdown.
Trust me, it's possible.
I am living proof that it's possible. It's a lot of work, but the good news is, you don't have to do it alone.
Take it as you have someone who is there to cheer you on, someone who understands you and doesn't judge you. Yet, at the same time, a professional who is there to challenge you and push you a little bit further than you feel able to go on your own.
How do you like the idea of:
- being fully present with the people you love and the things you enjoy?
- feeling your motivation genuinely return
- feeling curious and creative
- being able to pay attention to what you want to pay attention to
- being productive at your job.
- instead of spending all the time procrastinating, you can actually make headway, be organised and use your energy as best you can.
I propose the following:
Attend weekly therapy sessions with me and start to enjoy the benefits
- learn which techniques work for you
- learn to slow down in a way that you don't lose your productivity
- become good friends with your mind and body
You have the option to choose from walk and talk therapy or online therapy - if you are not sure which one you want, please get in touch here.
If you would like to go ahead and book, please click here.