Volition is the ability to turn your goals into results. This is not so easy, as it requires a high level of willpower and self-direction. Here you will find important strategies and resources to strengthen your own volition level.
SALUTOGENESIS – CONTROLLING HEALTH AND STRESS IN A SELF-DETERMINED WAY
What would actually happen if we focused on maintaining health instead of curing diseases? This is the approach of Aaron Antonovsky’s concept of salutogenesis.
THE HEALTHY PERSON – THE ART OF LEADING YOURSELF IN A HEALTHY WAY
It’s Friday evening, you finished your work for the week and you finally got some time for yourself – meeting friends, pursuing your hobbies, doing sports – but somehow you don’t have the motivation to do anything.
TIME MANAGEMENT – HOW TO USE YOUR TIME MORE EFFICIENT
No matter if you are studying, self-employed or working in an office – the ability to manage your own time is becoming more and more important. With a structured way of working you can not only impress in job interviews, but in the end you’ll have more free time and are less stressed.
I enjoy tackling and implementing things. In doing so, I focus completely on the task at hand. Due to my positive attitude, I know that I will find a solution, alone or together with others. My discipline, empathy and assertiveness support me in my projects.
Transform your wishes, dreams and goals into concrete results and successes
Do you experience this, too? You know what you want to achieve, but somehow you never really get there? The „Knowing-Doing-Gap“ -phenomenon I often encounter in practice in the form of knowledge giants who are also implementation dwarfs. They are highly motivated, work far more than 40 hours/week, have ambitious goals, are innovative and have great ideas. However, these people lack a key qualification, namely the ability to transform their wishes, dreams, goals or plans into real results, outcomes or successes. Here you will find content to help you develop your skills in the areas of pragmatic action, strategic thinking and other aspects of volition, such as delegation.