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Guestblog by Ineke Verweire – The career choices of the academic

Hi, I’m Ineke Verweire. I’m professional chemist. I acquired a PhD and an MBA and during my entire career I have been surrounded by scientists. As a career coach, I love helping them make two fundamental choices at the start of their career. And through this guest blog I’ll share a few fundamental questions. Should […]

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Guestblog Rilla Lysens – Hurray, dismissal!?

Some days you’ll never forget. I perfectly remember the birth of my first daughter. I remember the blissful feeling as a child, floating on my inflatable mattress in the Mediterranean Sea. Not a  cloud in the sky. I takes me no effort to remember the days that both my father and my mother in law got […]

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5 strategies to stop work from haunting you

Is your workday still haunting you, even if it’s long done? Working can be pretty intense, even if you love what you do. Work and life aren’t always well balanced, or well integrated. It may be called work-life integration, the result is often however  that boudaries are practically non-existent. And for most people work is […]

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How about you, what’s your plan B?

Earlier this week I had the chance to speak to about 100 people about my business as my plan B in my career. I admit at first it puzzled me. Was my business a plan B? Or was it actually plan A and everything before my plan B?  My career before my own business wasn’t […]