What are some examples of lifestyles

Seven types of different lifestyles - which one do you belong to?

Regardless of their origin, crises are a special challenge for everyone. But there are types who cope with crisis situations better than others. As a doer or as a planner, you manage to achieve top performance and become an indispensable basis in companies.

 

How well a person can deal with a crisis depends to a large extent on the individual lifestyle. In the last few decades, different lifestyles have become established that differ in their habits, but also in their productivity and discipline

 

When crises are personal challenges - the forerunners

A crisis is difficult from both an economic and a social point of view. Often they also ensure that a feeling of hopelessness arises. But there are also people who see a personal challenge in every crisis, but are also happy to accept it.

 

The so-called forward makers focus on self-fulfillment and social commitment, but do not neglect their own health. Crises encourage you to achieve new top performances and do everything in your power to deliver them.

 

This is exactly what makes the pioneers so valuable for the economy and ensures that they are particularly valued in companies. Through creativity and a high level of productivity, they succeed in finding completely new solutions even in hopeless situations.

 

Forward makers do not step on the spot, but consistently move forward. To this end, they look for solutions that can sometimes be unconventional for their success. Basically, they do everything they can to successfully implement their own ideas, but also those of experts. In doing so, they never lose sight of ways with which the solution approaches are also understandable for the general public.

 

A love of spontaneity ensures a high level of acceptance of changes among party hoppers

Even people with a spontaneous lifestyle develop into indispensable members of a team, especially in times of crisis. Pronounced spontaneous lifestyles turn people into so-called party hoppers. Party hoppers cope very well with changes and generally have a high level of acceptance.

 

Party hoppers boldly deal with changes and do not shy away from fundamentally questioning known values. This usually makes it easier for them to break new ground and also to recognize small opportunities as solutions. A typical feature of the party hoppers is their pronounced lightness, which also ensures that they are always productive.

 

Despite all the challenges and changes, Party Hoppers never lose sight of the fun. They enjoy being creative and creating new ideas. But there is one thing party hoppers don't like: the strict bondage. Most of the time you want to move freely. Although they can easily fit into a team, they also need sufficient freedom so that they can implement their own ideas.

 

 

Frugalists strive for financial independence

A lifestyle that is still quite young, at least in Germany, but is already well established in the USA, relates to the frugalists. Frugalists have one primary goal in mind. Through consistent renunciation and a minimalist lifestyle, they strive for financial independence from their mid-40s.

 

Frugalists want to be able to fall back on a financial cushion well before retirement age, so that they no longer have to work every day. To do this, they consistently practice frugality and foregoing. Some frugalists manage to set aside a good 70 to 80 percent of their monthly income.

 

This is either saved consistently or invested in equity transactions in order to build up a fortune. At the same time, they consciously try to save and reduce expenses in all areas of life. The savings built up in this way are primarily intended to create a valuable livelihood that can be consumed when others still have to work.

 

Frugalists deliberately do not indulge themselves in small everyday luxuries. For example, they forego eating in a restaurant or going to bars with friends and prefer to stay at home to save on everyday life. Short vacations or short city breaks for a weekend, for example, are also taboo for them.

 

Most frugalists are young adults who have consistently practiced renunciation during their training. They keep this lifestyle, even if they already have a significantly higher income.

 

Digital creatives adapt flexibly

The advancing digitization of everyday life has created another lifestyle. We're talking about digital creatives. For them, the digital world is their real home. They are able to adapt extremely quickly and can also understand complex digital relationships easily and without major problems.

 

Digital creatives are real team players, which is why they are welcome in companies in all industries. Although they work excellently in a team and enjoy exchanging ideas, they convince through their personal responsibility. Another advantage of digital creatives is that they are particularly inquisitive. You like to get to know a wide variety of new topics and consequently move ahead even in times of crisis.

 

Digital creatives manage to bring in their own ideas in a targeted manner. You are not afraid to develop new concepts and approaches. A special feature of the digital creatives is their openness. Although they always have new ideas, they don't mind if they have to discard them.

 

Modern nomads prefer variety and are reluctant to commit themselves

Another lifestyle that is consistently gaining attention at the moment are the modern nomads. The modern nomad undoubtedly likes his freedoms and therefore does not try to commit himself consistently to a company. Instead, he undoubtedly has a weakness for variety and gratefully accepts opportunities that contribute to it.

 

Her love for freedom and flexibility is also evident in her ways of thinking. The modern nomad undoubtedly does not follow rigid thought patterns, but instead relies again and again on innovative approaches. In times of crisis, the digital nomads flourish, because it is precisely at this time that the aim is to break through tried and tested thought patterns and to break new ground.

 

Modern nomads are characterized by a playful attitude. Often they are also absolute optimists and can transfer their positive attitude to the entire team.

 

Young Globalists are cosmopolitan and flexible

A lifestyle that is gaining more and more attention and is particularly valuable for the future is that of the Young Globalists. Around 1.3 million people in Germany already belong to this style.

 

The Young Globalists are consistently cosmopolitan. As a result, they are not tied to one place when looking for a job and their career, but enjoy working in a worldwide network.

 

Furthermore, they stand out for their attitude towards money. The Young Globalists are generally among those for whom money alone does not count when choosing a job. Instead, when choosing a job, they pay attention to many other criteria, such as the individual scope for design and development.

 

 

Super daddies dare a difficult balancing act

The times when women looked after their offspring on their own are long gone. More and more fathers are consciously choosing to spend as much time as possible with their children. An intact family life is just as important to them as personal happiness. The so-called super daddies do everything to combine their professional success with a harmonious family life.

 

To this end, they show themselves to be pragmatic idealists in everyday life. Even if the well-being of their children is particularly important to the super daddies, they do not want to forego their self-fulfillment.

 

The latte macchiato families are similar to the super daddies who have consciously opted for an urban lifestyle. They involve all members of the family.