|Date:||16 september 2020|
|Location:||Online ~ enroll 15 September via email@example.com|
Wednesday 16 September, 2-4pm, enroll by 15 September firstname.lastname@example.org and you will receive a link to the zoom-meeting.
How do you start a new year of studying in Covid-times? This interactive online workshop teaches you how to learn from the circumstances and develop personal leadership
We all need a sense of where we are going in life, and what is our purpose. Normally we take this for granted, but the world in this Covid-era has changed. Daily routines need to be refound, many dear ones are at a distance, and it may be difficult to keep our motivation. Much of our sense of orientation has become uncertain.
A crisis is disturbing, yet it can be productive as well. In this course we discuss useful philosophical insights for living through this period. You will learn about the different phases of a crisis, and how to be open to new perspectives. Letting go of old expectations allows us to find new motivations, which will be valuable long after the crisis.