When does life coaching make sense?

When you not only want something to change, but you are willing to change it yourself.

And when it is an issue you can influence. Whether this is the case is something we can clarify during our preliminary session.

There are innumerable subjects for which life coaching makes sense. Fundamentally, however, there are three basic situations: a crisis, a challenge and a more comfortable situation.
Ultimately, the goal is always the same – a higher quality of life.

A basic situation of crisis might be

  • that you feel you are in a dead end,

  • that you don’t know how to help yourself,

  • that you end up overwhelmed, stressed, exhausted time and again,

  • that your thoughts are constantly running in circles,

  • that you feel small and discouraged, or doubt yourself.

A basic situation of challenge might be

  • needing to make a decision with far-reaching consequences,

  • needing clarity in order to take the next steps, or regain your balance,

  • facing a major change in life and wanting to be prepared,

  • needing to understand your own behavior or that of others in order to (re-)establish good contact.

A more comfortable situation to start from might be

  • that you are basically well, but have the feeling that there could be something more, that there is a considerable gap between your life and your true dreams.

  • It might be at work, when you notice that you are not passionate about your daily occupation,

  • in your private life, where your partnership, for example, might not be what you really want,

  • or in your innermost personal life, when you are trying to find a different inner attitude.


Coping with stress
Identifying, classifying, banishing stressors (burnout prophylaxis and follow-up care; dealing with high sensitivity)

Boosting the ego
Self-assurance, self-confidence, self-efficiency

Inner conflicts
Making decisions, resolving conflicting values, reducing pressure

Achieving clarity
Sorting your thoughts and emotions (seeing the “red thread”)

Children and career
From the double burden to a well-balanced double role: “Caregiver” and “Breadwinner” in harmony

Managing change
Coping with professional challenges and those in your partnership, family and personal life (including age-specific challenges)

Great events
Relocation, marriage, starting a family, launching a business, etc.

Applying for jobs
Authentic, self-confident appearance (your path to a successful interview)

External conflicts
Achieving harmony with your partner, friend, colleague, employee etc. (change of perspective)

There must be more to life
Living your own potential (quality of life, straight up)

A fulfilling professional life (professional reorientation)

Stuck, blocked, messed up
Changing your perspective, attitude or behavior

©  Anna Wasilewski

© Anna Wasilewski