Newly developed workshop by Sascha Ballach on the weekend of the 04.09.-05.09.2010 with subsequent 90-day individual coaching. An innovative combination of workshop and individual coaching, developed by NLP trainer and coach Sascha Ballach, helps participants to implement the own life goals and lyrically. Newspapers and magazines are full of reports about people who are unhappy in areas of life such as work, profession, relationships or even financial matters. Many of them are looking for help with seminars or consultants, which however often not noticeable or just short term change the personal situation. The limited impact of this assistance is often that, given as general proposals for changing one’s own situation, that are not feasible for everyone.

In addition it is difficult many, to integrate the content learned in life. A few days after the workshop life has caught up again the participants and everything is the same. At this point, it is innovative, combined workshop-coaching concept “more life” by Sascha Ballach on. It consists of two parts. The first part discusses the theoretical concepts for the optimal transformation of one’s own life at the weekend the 04.09.-05.09.2010 on two workshop days.

Here identifies the areas in which his own life does not run according to the wishes and dreams and objectives, what participants want to change. Also, it introduces the basic techniques of change work and the optimization of their own lives. The participants worked out how he integrated them in his everyday life, to find a happier life, and achieving his goals and dreams. Subsequently is an individual 90-days coaching, in which Sascha Ballach of each individual to achieve his personal goals in everyday life advises and supports. The unique concept of ‘more life’ the innovative combination of workshop and subsequent coaching allows the participants, their lives swiftest effectively and to change in the long term. Here, no lump-sum advice are distributed, with which the participants will be left then alone and that are hardly feasible in real life.