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Dutch psychologist from Germany

Post by incentive on Sun Jun 21, 2009 10:24 am

Hello guys!

I'm Incentive from Germany. Right after highschool I discovered the whole self-improvement movement. However, I didn't really take it serious, thought it's only a commercial thing, playing around with peoples desires.
Time went by and in a time where I did not have to learn new things, I started to get into the stuff again. When I began studying psychology, my input of self improvement stuff dropped again, but paradoxically increased to binge levels when exams were due. Kept me from studying ;)

You see, I am a master in performing the arts of procrastination. By now I read a rather considerate amount of literature concerned with self improvement. So I actually have the knowledge. But transfer lacks. I guess I'm fearing to lose my personality or to face rejection.

Well, as I know from my studies, your social circle is very strong predictor of your success. So I want to get to know like-minded people all around the world and exchange some thoughts.

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Re: Dutch psychologist from Germany

Post by 4everlearner on Sun Jun 21, 2009 1:12 pm

good to have a psychologist on our board..we can learn mutually here in this sort of forums .. if possible share ur life experiences n of course u can share here ur clinical experiences as well.... welcome..
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Re: Dutch psychologist from Germany

Post by mrheredia on Sun Jun 21, 2009 4:52 pm

Welcome, a lot of like minded people like you around here. :D
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Re: Dutch psychologist from Germany

Post by viteshb on Tue Jun 23, 2009 8:38 am

Hallo, goed om te zien dat er ook nederlanders hier op het forum zijn.

Hi good to see some dutch people here on the forum.
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Re: Dutch psychologist from Germany

Post by incentive on Tue Jun 23, 2009 6:52 pm

Het titel van dit thread zou mischien een beetje irritand zijn geweest, maar ik ben geen nederlander ;). Ik studeer gewoon in Maastricht maar ben een Duitse, dus kan ik ook een beetje Nederlands (als het ook slecht zou zijn). Sorry ;)

The title of the thread was maybe a little bit irritating, but I'm actually not Dutch. I'm studying in Maastricht but I'm actually German. I can speak a little bit of Dutch though, even if it's pretty bad. Sorry ;)

And regarding my clinical experience - there is none. I'm an organizational psychologist, clinical stuff never interested me cause it's focussing on fixing stuff. Work and organizational psychology focuses more on improving stuff ;)
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