Transform your addiction to work and install a balanced lifestyle at the deepest level with the cutting-edge Core Transformation® process

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with Nell Puetter

Are You a Workaholic or an Optimal Performer?

It's not about the number of hours you work!
When someone has an unhealthy relationship with work, it can have adverse effects on their personal life, physical health, and mental wellness.
Being dedicated and enjoying your work differs from developing an addiction to work. Take the test below to find out!


Do you think about how you can free up more time for work?

Do you have trouble sleeping because you’re thinking about work?

Do you feel uncomfortable with feelings of boredom?

Does overworking have negatively impacted your health, mental health, or relationship?

Do you work or think about work even on weekends and vacations?

Have you noticed that you work to escape from other problems?

Do you get nervous and stressed when you don't work?

It is amazing to be passionate about your work but that is not the case with work addiction.

Unlike passionate people who truly enjoy their work, workaholics often feel worried and stressed out.

They experience guilt when they aren't working. 

If you are unsure of whether you struggle with a work addiction, take a work addiction assessment quiz here.

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Workaholism is the best-dressed of all addictions. 
Many people glorify the blurring of work and life. And it admirable to be passionate about what you do and be happy to devote more time to building your dream and earning a better living.
And are you happy?
If your work was taken from you tomorrow, would you still feel happy?
If you answered "No", then your workstyle might have become destructive for your wellbeing and relationships.


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"It’s time to reclaim a healthy relationship with work and re-activate the blueprint you were born with.

It's time to feel healthy, more energized, and ready to enjoy life with renewed calmfidence!"

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You probably already know what foods are good for you and which to avoid. And you know all about the theory of metabolism, nutrition, and vitamins and which exercise you shall be doing, when, and how...

However, knowing all and having good intentions is not enough. Our habits, thoughts, and feelings are not things we do consciously, meaning you don't consciously crave unhealthy food, isn't it?
It's almost as if an unconscious (automatic) part of you makes you eat that again, seconds before you realise it! 


Year after year, people make the same plans to lose weight and have the same struggle, focusing on the wrong things...
If you have ever tried dieting and forcing yourself to follow a particular regime you will know that it doesn’t work—not long term.
You may lose weight for a while, only to put it all back on again and even more!
Diets, discipline, and self-restrictions are all about suppressing another part of yourself, which is linked to pleasure. This leads to inner conflict and makes you associate a dieting regime with pain and discomfort. And nobody wants that!
Once you’ve had enough of the frustration, you will give up on the whole thing and give in to your cravings! It can be a vicious cycle, eroding your self-esteem and confidence.


Diets, discipline, and forcing yourself don’t work because they are at the conscious level, which has a narrow focus of about 5% of our mental capacity. 
 However, our relationship with food is based on many hidden emotional drives and involves complex psychological aspects that operate at the deeper level. So if we can tap into the other 95% of our internal resources and make the change at the deep, unconscious level, there's no struggle.
This means when you rewire your eating habits at this unconscious level, there is no need of using willpower to try to force yourself to be the way you want to be. Instead, it can just happen naturally and automatically.
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What if I told you that there was an easier and much more effective way to not just lose weight, but also maintain your ideal body and lifestyle while enjoying vibrant health?

Once you rewire your system at that automatic deep level and involve all your parts to move in one direction, this new healthy lifestyle becomes part of your being, forever!


No more forcing willpower on yourself, no more pain of self-restriction, no more disappointments with self-discipline, no more struggles and inner conflicts! 



The truth is, a healthy regime doesn’t start with your decision in your head; it starts at the unconscious automatic level.


That's why, when you enter into an alliance with your unconscious mind to achieve your goal, you can easily choose to live a new, healthy lifestyle.

As an Unconscious Mind Coach, and certified Core Transformation®  Coach I've helped many people to rewire once and for all on the deepest level and gently transition to a healthy life.


In individual 1:1 sessions, I will guide you step-by-step through the transformative process and help you shift mental blocks and change your relationship with food - forever.

You'll become a master of your inner, mental resources, and you'll explore and transform unwanted limiting beliefs and behaviours. 


Transformative sessions with me will help you find or regain your inner balance, purpose, and fun, reduce stress while accessing your potential at the deepest level, cultivating your mental and emotional stability, which is a foundation of high performance, meaningful growth, and fulfilling life.


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What Separates a Hard Worker From a Workaholic?

The critical difference between hard workers and workaholics isn't the number of hours they work. It's about the problems that working causes in their lives.

A study found that workaholics experience social, psychological, and physical health problems as a result of their work addiction.


Researchers from Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services discovered workaholics were at high risk for burnout, depression, poor health, decreased life satisfaction, and family and relationship problems. And so the more workaholics work, the more problems they experience. This leads to even more stress, which in turn decreases productivity. And less productivity means longer hours at work, an increase of self-doubts and low self-esteem-

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Why can't we get rid of being addicted to junk food?

The reason we are addicted to junk food is really because of our feelings. The stomach region is abuzz with 100 million neurons. It responds to challenges, gets you moving forward and doing. It's the center of all emotions and feelings related to fear, anxiety, worry, survival, satisfaction... Unfortunately, to cope with our unwanted feelings and emotions, we learned to push them away by eating them.

Therefore the first step is to observe and recognize what emotions trigger your food choices. See what pattern starts to emerge for you, for example: 

 You feel sad, so you eat ice cream. You feel unloved, so you eat a cake. You have had a terrible day, frustrated, or stressed,  so you order a pizza or have a glass of wine, etc...