New Compass For Men

Men are increasingly disoriented. Security, clarity and guidance for men has become the new page by journalist and coach Lilli Cremer Altgeld to the task: my way coach a compass for men. Here, there are for example interviews with men who go their own way. How this can look, shows the first interview with borderline experience 2010 initiator Ralf Voigt. The famous Cologne photographer Ralf Voigt will experience in July 2010 of Cologne from a frontier experience of a special kind: an elephant-motorcycle tour along the German border. Here it passes through ten provinces in the border area to nine neighboring countries. And collects money for the German Cancer aid. In the interview with my way coach, he talks about breakdowns, planning and motivation.

For men who want to know more precisely, there are practical tips: selected success literature such as the book of the American sports psychologist Shane Murphy. He has grappled with the fundamental views, insights and strategies of successful people. In his book, Murphy plays an eight-point programme together, which leads to the own best performance. The will to succeed is an entrance requirement for the Americans. The other involves clear wishes and similar goals. It remains Murphy Realist: there is also no success without hard work, discipline and training.

You can be sure: the man knows what he is talking about. He was from 1987 until 1994, senior sports psychologist of the United States Olympic Committee – National Olympic Committee of the United States – Colorado Springs/United States. The editor of the page, Lilli Cremer Altgeld, is market researcher and business coach. The innovation portal projects and model tests of the Bund and the Lander writes about it: Lilli Cremer Altgeld, market and social researcher, is one of the leading business coaches in Germany. President, Federal Ministers, Board members, parliamentary deputies as well as internationally famous scientists, artists, and sports coach/athlete are among its clientele. “Photo:”