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Bravery vs courage vs confidence

Over the past weeks I've been talking about characters strengths, taking a character survey (*), reading books, listening to podcasts and participating in an online course around bravery, courage and confidence. And I started to wonder even more about those words - bravery, courage and confidence. How do I see them? What do they mean… Continue reading Bravery vs courage vs confidence

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5 top reflections on my 2019 intention 

As some of you might know, I've been setting yearly intentions for quite a while now. Not just an intention, a motto, actually. One that I keep close to me throughout the year. I don’t have one for the year to come yet, but I took the time for a reflection on the 2019 motto… Continue reading 5 top reflections on my 2019 intention 

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The power of acceptance

Accepting the country and culture you live in, relationships you encounter, your self-image, your emotions and feelings are not always easy. Fighting against something that we can’t change drains us, takes a lot of energy. There comes a point when we need to make a decision. Will we allow that situation to further drain us… Continue reading The power of acceptance

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The 8 Wellness Pillars summary

Over the past weeks I shared thoughts on eight Wellness Pillars, in general and with a twist as an expatriate. After all it's so much more than “just” exercise and nutrition. Wellness is how we take care about our body and mind. Yes, it might be an overused and at times misunderstood word. But don’t… Continue reading The 8 Wellness Pillars summary

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Occupational Wellness

The Occupational Wellness is the last but not least part in my 8 Wellness Pillars overview. In short, this Wellness aspects means that we need to have a balance when it comes to our work environment and the work situation itself. To YOU feel satisfied when it comes to what you do? Do you feel… Continue reading Occupational Wellness