I am Andreas Riess, born 1978, proud father of 3 sons and live in a happy partnership.
I studied industrial engineering part-time at a university of applied sciences and, in addition to purchasing, marketing and technical sales, I worked as a quality engineer in family-run companies ranging from SMEs to large corporations. In addition to my work as a mental coach, I also work for a large automotive supplier as a quality customer service representative.
Ever since I was a child, my approach to the people around me has been one of appreciation. As a result, many of my fellow human beings have also repeatedly entrusted me with personal and sensitive issues.
I am an empathetic person and empathize with the situation of my counterpart. In addition, I respect the values and rules in my environment. I am creative and enthusiastic and enjoy being in contact with other people. My environment appreciates my solution orientation and the fact that I always keep a cool head in difficult situations.
I have always noticed these personality traits and found that I enjoy helping others find solutions and the resulting positive feedback energizes me. Supporting others is my contribution to making the world a little better every day.
There was a drastic experience in my life. I learned what it meant to be burned out, meaning I was in a burnout. I have experienced what it is like to be mentally down and to have no drive left. Simple tasks, such as cleaning out a dishwasher, were suddenly a challenge from one day to the next. I also know that the road back is a long one.
During this time, I realized the following: my behavior got me into this situation. My thoughts and ignoring my personality and signals from my body burned me out.
I also realized that it was also in my hands to get out of this low again. The doctors and therapists guided those processes with their knowledge and skills so that I could find my way out of burnout.
In the last years I have therefore intensively acquired knowledge and found answers in the course of my trainings to the following questions:
- Who are we?
- How do we "function"?
- Why do we do what and how do we do it?
- What is inside us?
- How can we act self-determined and self-responsible
- how can I build mental strength
- what can we do to recognize burnout-prone behavior and prevent it in time?
In summary: How can we use the mind in such a way that it takes us where we want to go(navigator).
These include, above all, the following training courses: