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”, 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!

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

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...

Living and working with a hearing impairment

I was 13 years old when I first got my hearing aids. I could no longer ignore the dominant hereditary aspect of this abnormality. I knew the journey I was going to start but I had no idea where I was going to end up. Even though I experienced the benefits, there were...

The dark side of the self-care hype

Have you seen it too on social media, the #selfcare? Pictures that literally bathe in rose petals and essential oils, fancy cups of curcuma latte and breakfast bowls filled to the brim with powerfoods, to just give a few examples. A positive thing taking care of...

3 things I learned on a snow scooter and a dogsled

A few weeks ago I was in Lapland, the scenery was breathtaking. A thick pack of snow, not too cold, a beautiful bright sky and even sunshine. That was the scenery in which I, together with 30 other women, went out on a trip. After a short initiation in snow scooter...

When your talent becomes the ‘enemy’

For 20 years she did a great job at doing a job that didn’t really suit her talents and she did it so well that all her bosses and coworkers believed it was her talent. And so did she. We was recognised for her results and built a beautiful career. Until she...

Work as support during rocky times

Earlier this week I wrote a personal blog, soon after I received many messages, texts and phone calls. From friends asking me how I’m doing and if there’s anything they can do to help. Not only friends took the time to reach out to me. I also got messages and calls...

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