Resources

(in progress)

TED Talks/Keynote Speakers

Harvard Business Review

Blogs

Apps, personality tests, learning websites, docu, French sources

English (New Yorker, New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, )


English (Quartz, Business Insider, TIME, Entrepreneur, The Independent, Huffington Post, Elle, blogs, personal websites)

Dutch (Charlie Mag, Knack, De Standaard, De Morgen, Deredactie.be, De Volkskrant, Vacature, Trouw, blogs, persoonlijke websites)

Books (English)

  • Bréné Brown – The power of vulnerability
  • Bréné Brown – Daring greatly
  • Adam Grant – Originals: how non-conformists move the world
  • Hermina Ibarra -Working Identity
  • Chade-Meng Tang – Joy on demand
  • Alexander Osterwalder – Business Model Generation
  • David Leddick -I’m not for everyone. Neither are you.
  • Steven Pressfield – Turning Pro
  • Barry Schwartz – Why we work
  • Sydney Finkelstein – Superbosses
  • Travis Bradberry – Emotional Intelligence 2.0
  • Dan Ariely – Payoff
  • Roger L. Martin – Playing to win
  • Eric Schmidt – How Google Works
  • John Kotter – Leading Change
  • Susan Cain – Quiet
  • Isaac Gezt & Brian M. Carney – Freedom, Inc
  • Raj Raghunathan – if you’re so smart, why aren’t you happy
  • Ryan Holiday – The obstacle is the way
  • Tara Mohr – Playing Big
  • Whitney Johnson – Disrupt yourself
  • Charles Duhigg – The power of habit
  • Charles Duhigg – Smarter, faster, better
  • Jeff Goins – The art of work
  • Mark Manson – The subtle art of not giving a f*ck
  • Barbara Sher – Refuse to choose
  • Margaret Lobenstine – The renaissance soul
  • Miya Tokumitso – Do what you love (and other lies about success and happiness)
  • Barnet Bain – The book of doing and being
  • David Livermore – Driven by difference
  • David Livermore – What can I do?
  • David Livermore – The cultural intelligence difference
  • Benjamin Zander – The art of possibility
  • Bill Burrnet & Dave Evans – Designing your life
  • Jenny Blake – Pivot
  • Jon Acuff – Do over
  • Lindsay Pollak – Becoming the boss
  • Robin Marantz Henig & Samantha Henig- Twentysomething: why do young adults seem stuck?
  • Christine Hassler – 20 something manifesto
  • P.O. Bronson – What should I do with my life?
  • John William – Screw work, let’s play
  • Patrick Lencioni – The five dysfunctions of a team
  • Patrick Lencioni – The advantage
  • Eric Ries – The lean startup
  • Tina Seelig – What I wish I knew when I was 20
  • Marie Kondo – The life-changing art of tidying up
  • Sheena Iyengar – The art of choosing
  • Kenneth Mikkelsen & Richard Martin – The neo-generalist
  • Jenny Blake – Life after college
  • Katie Ledger – And what do you do?
  • Steven Johnston – Where good ideas come from
  • Jennifer O. Ryan – Maker-centered learning
  • Meg Jay – The defining decade
  • Frederic Laloux – Reinventing organizations
  • William Davies – The happiness industry
  • Darrin M. McMahon – Happiness: a history
  • Chris Guillebeau – The happiness of pursuit
  • Chris Guillebeau – The 100 $ startup
  • Chris Guillebeau – The art of non-conformity
  • Adam Smiley Poswolsky – The Quarterlife Breakthrough
  • Timothy Ferris – The 4 hour workweek
  • Alexander Kjerulf – Happy hour is 9 to 5
  • Harry Starren – Think like a manager, don’t act like one
  • Rob Yeung – Confidence
  • Gretchen Rubin – The happiness project
  • Barry Schwartz – The paradox of choice
  • Geoffrey Lewis, Joanna Barsch & Susie Cranston – How remarkable women lead
  • Steven Farr – Teaching as leadership
  • Cheryl Strayed – Wild
  • Roman Krznaric – Empathy
  • The school of life & Roman Krznaric – How to find fulfilling work
  • Clayton M. Christensen – How will you measure your life?
  • Laura J. Snyder – The philosophical breakfast club
  • Steven Levy – In the plex- how Google thinks, works and shapes our lives
  • Thomas J. Tierney & Joel L. Fleishman – Give $mart – Philanthropy that gets results
  • Nancy Duarte – Resonate (present visual stories that transform audiences)
  • Andy Miller – The year of reading dangerously (how fifty great books saved my life)
  • Paul Theroux – The tao of travel
  • Dale Carnegie – How to make friends and influence people
  • Julie Burstein – Spark: how creativity works
  • Will Gompertz – Think like an artist (…and lead a more creative, productive life)
  • Alain de Botton – The art of travel
  • Daniel Goleman – Emotional Intelligence
  • Daniel Goleman – Focus
  • Peter Vanham – Before I was CEO

Books (Dutch)

  • Studium Generale 2011-2012 – Geluk: drang of dwang?
  • Huub Nelis & Yvonne van Sark – Motivatie binnenstebuiten
  • Laura Van Bouchout – Jobshopper
  • Peter R. Werder – Bore-out
  • Luk Dewulf – Ik kies voor mijn talent
  • Geert Zagers – Jonge honden – is er nog toekomst voor de journalistiek?
  • Ignaas Devisch – Rusteloosheid
  • Jan  Verplaetse – Het morele instinct
  • Paul Verhaeghe – Identiteit
  • Wouter Van Driessche – Modern minds – kan uw hoofd de 21ste eeuw nog aan?
  • Stine Jensen – Dag vriend
  • Leo Bormans – The world book of happiness
  • Leo Bormans – The world book of hope
  • Leo Bormans – The world book of love
  • Guillaume Van der Stighelen – Echt
  • Ilse Ceulemans – Het Ministerie van Werkplezier

Scientific studies (English & Dutch)

Films & TV

  • Sofia Coppola – Lost In Translation
  • Danny Boyle – Steve Jobs
  • Sam Mendes – Revolutionary Road (based on the novel by Richard Yates)
  • Sean Penn – Into the wild (based on a book by Jon Krakauer)
  • Gabriele Muccino – Pursuit of happyness
  • David Gelb – Jiro dreams of sushi
  • Anne Fontaine – Coco before Chanel
  • Sam Mendes – American Beauty
  • Walter Salles – The motorcycle diaries
  • Julie Taymor – Frida

Coaching in Belgium

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