How to take back control over your work-life

Arthur von Kriegenbergh
Last updated 
December 9, 2020

I still remember closing my front door behind me five years ago.

A full blown panic attack hit me by surprise.

Looking back now, it's easy to see.

The months before I had became a little bit more unsatisfied by the day, but I was neglecting that at the time.

I was a software developer back then.​ The company I had worked at for years, had been sold a year earlier.

As a result, the product we build the years before was being dismantled one piece at a time. At the same time there was a lot of pressure of integrating with the systems of the new company, and a lot of unhappy customers as a result of that.

I was always expecting high-performance of myself, and being unable to focus on what's really important started to weigh down on me.​

And than, that day early 2014 my body let me clearly know that it was enough. ​

Panic mode ON.

After calming down, I realised it was time to reinvent myself.

What I thought back then: New job, new city, new me.

But what I've found out is; In the end, those things don't matter.

Having worked with multiple coaches and teams since then – and by a lot of trial and error – I've found how to achieve high-performance on a sustainable pace.

The key to success is leadership.

In the free 5-day challenge The Millennial's Guide to Agile Leadership I want to share what I've learned with you.

So that you don't have to make the same mistakes I did.​ Take control back over your work-life again.

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