I have received my certificate for attending a Psychology Conference.
Two days I attended the “2nd Positive Psychology in Practice” conference in Utrecht.
WHY did I attend?
Did I need the credits? No, but sometimes I treat myself to dive into topics that have my interest.
For me these are subjects like Personal Development, Psychology, Flow, Resilience, …
What topics have your interest?
Wouldn’t you like to know more about them?
Well … what is it that is stopping you?
WHAT can I expect at a Positive Psychology conference?
Two days I received a mix of beautiful stories, educational theories, experiences and emotional stories. There were no bad lectures, but of course there are always lectures that appeal to you more and lectures that are less appealing.
HOW do I use what I learned?
By testing things in daily life and by browsing my notes once in a while, like now, writing this article.
Every time I read them it will become more clear what content is valuable for me.
WHAT can you do with it?
It can be valuable to realise that you yourself can work on positivity in your life. There are scientific studies that provide insights on how to improve your well-being. How practical is it that practical and simple exercises are available that we can all apply!
As a speaker about topics like personal leadership I will use pieces of what I learned in my lectures.
I don’t attach much value to the certificate itself, for me it’s just a piece of paper.
It is however a nice reminder of 2 beautiful and educational days.
The certificate was also the reason to write this article and that makes it valuable in a special way 😊
Note: Here my personal top 5:
- “Yoga and Psychology” from Lukas Holter
- “What is Positive Psychology Coaching” from Miriam Akhtar
- “Job Crafting” from Drs Ron de Jong
- “From Doer to Leader” from Odile Carru
- “Applying PERMA to Evolve Workplace Wellbeing Culture” from Joshua French