Sports, Motivation & Psychology
Agg Heart, brain or muscle: What role do emotions play in soccer?
Soccer matches often resemble a witch's cauldron of emotions. But what does the term emotion actually mean? The word comes from Latin, from ex: "out" and motio: "movement" or "excitement", literally translated "energy in motion". How can emotions be understood in sport and especially in soccer - and used to achieve group success? Franzi Lautenbach, expert in sports psychology and doctoral candidate at the Psychological Institute of the Cologne Sports University, in conversation with journalist Mirjam Bauer.
Questions: Mirjam Bauer
"Dare-to-Do Women want to optimise goals"
The movers and shakers of this world fascinate us all. As a successful journalist, Frank Wilmes has met many of them: founders, entrepreneurs, managers, soccer presidents, German chancellors and foreign heads of state like Nelson Mandela or Eduard Shevardnadze. In an interview with Style PASS online, he gives insights into his book " Do what you want: and see what Dare-to-Do People says about it".
One for all
Workers, academics, doctors, unemployed, artists, alcoholics, temperance fighters, Catholics, Evangelicals, Buddhists, Muslims, wimps, women's sympathizers, brainless, loving, sportsmen, cynics, homeless, astronauts, actors, Collectors, mudflat hikers, love quiffs, traffic offenders, politicians.
Finding the right dogmas
Typically feminine? Not to say "no", to get the 5 project on the table, smiling and being reserved in salary negotiations. Jana Huth has specialised in coaching women, taking more time for herself and her needs, such as fitness.