Category Archives: Anne Egros

Invent Your Future Job: Be Unique, Be Social, Be Global


The fast-paced changes of our societies have affected all industries and is changing the nature of work for the next 10 to 15 years. There are three major challenges for the workforce of the future increasing pressures on organizations to become … Continue reading

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Are Expats More Resilient? Guest Post Published in 3Plus International Magazine


Are Expats More Resilient? By Guest Contributor June 16, 2011 by Anne Egros  Anne is in the middle of move #12, back to the USA in New Jersey, after two years in Brussels, Belgium and asks if expats are more resilient … Continue reading

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Expat Women Confessions


When I first heard about the new book “Expat Women Confessions – 50 Answers to Your Real-Life Questions about Living Abroad” launched today May 5, 2011 by the founder, and the director of  Expatwomen.com and book author Andrea Martins, I thought … Continue reading

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The Secret Powers of Time and Cultural Differences


In the video below you will see interesting perspectives of time perception through the eyes of different cultures, countries, generations, religions. According to Professor Philip Zimbardo, people look differently at time based on cultural and individual values: Focused on the past  (negative … Continue reading

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5 Sure Ways To Make People Upset On Social Media


This list is the most common networking mistakes I think people make on social media that are annoying most of the people I know. 1- Sending a ” caned message”, like the “Join my network on LinkedIn”  without  presenting  yourself and give … Continue reading

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Dear Executives: If You Are Not On Linkedin, Your Competitors Are!


This article is about executives who have a job or executive job seekers. I am not talking about how companies can create competitive advantages by using Linkedin. When I first posted about using Linkedin, few executives were openly using it to … Continue reading

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How To Deal With Emotional Eating While In Transition?


  I am not talking about the  few pounds or kilos you usually gain after overeating for one or two feast meals at Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year’s Eve. What I am talking about is a long-term approach to both weight … Continue reading

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Breakfast Seminar for HR Professionals October 5, 2010


Breakfast Seminar for HR Professionals
October 5, 2010-Brussels, Belgium
Expats and family—Coaching for a successful expatriation-Anne Egros
Social Networking- Charlie Crouch
RSVP: by September 16, 2010 via events@ackroyd.be Continue reading

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Driving Miss Shari, A Story About Kindness


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] This is the true story of my friend  Shari Sax: http://sharisax.com/DrivingMissShari/ I like very much how Shari played with the original title of the movie ” Driving Miss Daisy” starring Jessica Tandy as Miss Daisy and Morgan Freeman as her driver … Continue reading

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Expat Life: Returning Home and the Grief Cycle


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] For every change, positive or negative, people go through various emotional stages. Dr Kubler-Ross described those stages as the “Grief Cycle (On grief and grieving By Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, David Kessler). Those stages are the following:Shock stage: Initial paralysis … Continue reading

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