The sheep is usually seen as a silly and innocent animal, which is a willing prey for the wolf. But the sheep also stands for warmth that brings togetherness and security of the herd. And for peace and the contact with your innocence, vulnerability and the child in yourself.
In nature, the wolf is an important link when it comes to balance. The sensitive wolf only attacks when necessary and is guided by his instinctive powers and his sense of freedom. He stands for togetherness, inner strength, loyalty, protection and intelligence.
clear your head
Exercise ensures that your brain works differently and that you get space in your head for other ideas and thoughts. That's why as a coach I like to be active with you on topics and we regularly go outside for a long walk. The primary movement of walking calms your head. That space in your head gives space to new thoughts. You will see that the conversation takes a different turn more often.
By seeing, I mean that we always look at situations from different points of view. In this way, we discover other ways in which you can profile yourself or, for example, how you can interact with colleagues to achieve better results. For example, we use association cards to tell about your story or experience using an image. Or we use a metaphor to look at a situation in a different way. And of course we work a lot with real-life examples.
only if you want
Change is good. It does not mean that you are doing something wrong now, but that you are achieving your goal better or faster in another way. For example, that you will work much more effectively, that you inspire your team to better performance or that you make your company more successful. This often requires a change in the way you look at the world and in the way you behave towards others. As a coach I would like to realize this change with you.