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Updated: Apr 8, 2021

A few years ago I attended a lecture by Slatko Sterzenbach, 17-time Ironman and world champion. He introduced the concept of the Wheel of Life, which I have encountered again and again and which has accompanied me in my life. The Wheel of Life sums it up relatively simply that life consists of different areas that are related to each other. For example, if you focus on only one area, such as your job, and neglect the others, you can end up with an imbalance in your life.

Between the ages of 25 and 32, I had worked very hard at my job and had become so exhausted that I finally needed some time off to regain my balance. I learned new ways and strategies to deal with the pressure to perform, my own high expectations and the feeling of having to do even more in order to be adequate, and not to remain trapped in a cage of constant achievement. It was relieving to adapt new insights, although of course some of the old patterns catch up with me from time to time. But I can say that the wheel of life has shown me again and again that there is not only the profession as a maxim, we do not have to define ourselves by this, but may also give more weight to other areas that fulfill us.

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