5 good reasons never to compare yourself anymore

5 good reasons never to compare yourself anymore

Do you compare yourself to others? When I recently went through a bit of a dip, I even found my social media rather depressing. Everyone looked so f* happy, so successful, so self-confident…

The perfect way of being imperfect

The perfect way of being imperfect

Perfectionism is a curse… Our colleague Rilla Lysens regularly meets her perfectionism-demon. In this blog, she shares 3 insights that are her ‘perfect’ antidote for raising the bar way too high.

Trends, perspectives and above all, lots of wishes!

Trends, perspectives and above all, lots of wishes!

Imagine that… we had a crystal ball… what would we see next year? Well, we’ll never know. Because we don’t have a crystal ball. We did notice some trends last year. Maybe you noticed them too? We noticed that people are increasingly thinking about the purpose of their...

I’m not superwoman…

I’m not superwoman…

A few weeks ago my husband and I started his new passion project: Terroir, our wine- and tea bar, where we – he as a wine sommelier and I as a tea sommelier (both of us are still in training) – can practice our passion for pure and adventurous tastes and are able to...

Career choices are a thing of the past

Career choices are a thing of the past

Last week my colleague Els and her husband opened up a wine and tea bar in Leuven: Terroir. Els decided to feed her passion for tea and started following a tea sommelier course this past year, she uses this knowledge today in her own bar. She does all of this while...

I have to, I want to

I have to, I want to

, I’m correcting myself and change having to by wanting to in my head. Have you ever tried this, choosing to change having to in wanting to? It really works.

About satisfaction, farts, drama and letting go

About satisfaction, farts, drama and letting go

With our brain already a little bit in vacation modus we're working hard to finish the last things before we check out for the summer. I notice that from different angles around me there's already a more calm atmosphere and my mailbox receives a whole lot more 'out of...

What you pay attention to grows

What you pay attention to grows

“What you pay attention to grows”, Aristotle said more than two centuries ago. He discovered that everything in nature has potential or possibilities. This principle forms the base of solution-focus coaching, and we use it daily in our practice....

No balls, no glory!

No balls, no glory!

In this guest blog, Ann Jossart, publisher and huge fan of books, comics and graphic novels, writes about how she discovered her passion and found the courage to turn it into her job. As a publisher she co-creates comics and graphic novels. They...

The abundance of freedom

The abundance of freedom

Guestblog Christine Morren My parents owned a business in Brussels, but moved back to Leuven when I was in first grade. Because I had difficulties with learning how to read, my father helped by making little drawings for words I...

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