How do you pursue big and bold goals?
Are you highly motivated and want to develop your full potential by setting and pursuing bold goals?
Are those goals perhabs a bit scary, "non-standard", or seem too far away?
My name is Moni and I am a mindset coach, two-time cycling record holder, keynote speaker and author.
With more than 15 years of experience, I help you define fulfilling and motivating goals and successfully pursue them. I help you:
- Identify your strengths, values and motivations
- Define goals that are motivating and fulfilling for you
- Gain courage to pursue your goals
- Develop resistance to obstacles and setbacks
- Stay motivated through tough times
- Dare to make courageous decisions
- Build true self-confidence in a challenging environment
Learn how to set your bold goals and pursue them through:
Successful talks & workshops
Years of coaching experience
What it takes to make dreams come true
I had my good share on bold and non-standard decisions.
I quit a career-aspiring job at the World Bank to see if I could become a professional cyclist. I failed multiple times to make my passion for cycling to my job. I started to believe that a job you love does not exist. With 30 years, I left my management consulting job and moved with nothing but my bike to the other side of the world.
I had no plan but a one-hotel night stay and a six-week car rental. My mission? To find my purpose in life. And one year later I set a seemingly impossible record.Learn more
Adventure Gravel Transalp
Freedom without borders
The former professional road cyclist Monika Sattler is constantly looking for new challenges. In 2018, she became the first woman to complete the 3,300km Vuelta a España course on the same day as the male pros. After numerous gravel races in the USA, she has now tackled an Alpine crossing on the popular gravel bike.
The book accompanies her on her six stages from Graun to Lake Garda, tells you about the challenges along the way and about the most beautiful moments on the 402 kilometers and 10,440 meters in altitude.Learn more
In the SRF Focus podcast
Monika Sattler: "Knowing yourself is the most important thing"
The woman has energy without end. Monika Sattler is back from her latest challenge: she cycled all 124 Swiss passes in one month. She talks to Anita Richner about her motivation, personal crises and the importance of courage. At the age of 30, Monika Sattler was at a low point. She had two master's degrees from renowned American universities under her belt and had gained career experience at the IMF, the World Bank and IBM. But she was not happy. In "Focus," she tells how she radically turned her life around, what role sports played in the process, and why it's so important to pursue your inner passions.
In the Neue Zürcher Zeitung
Monika Sattler lives fast.
So quickly, in fact, that she already had a midlife crisis at the age of 30 - that's what she calls the low she was in. What she had achieved by then lasts until retirement for other people: The German, who now lives in Bern, studied security sciences, focusing on nuclear weapons, at Georgetown University in the USA on a sports scholarship in volleyball. She then worked for the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. At 24, she began racing bikes, and a year and a half later she was a professional cyclist for three months...to the article .here
124 Swiss Passes Challenge