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Because we only change ourselves ...

Pssst. Before you go any further, make sure your boss isn't around. They don't need to know that you're about to take your whole place in the team or even more.


All ideas start with a problem. Mine was simple: my professional life, although seemingly successful, soon turned out to be unsatisfactory. Worse, by wanting to do well, I flirted with burnout. By asking questions, I lost my sense of purpose. By doubting my abilities, I lost energy for no reason. In short, I quickly understood that I would have to rethink how I work if I wanted to succeed and find my pleasure at work because it was not the work that would adapt to my needs. The question was how.

Back on track, reconcile success and pleasure

Some things aren't taught at school or college. They teach you to be an efficient worker, not to say a good soldier, or even worse, a tired soldier, of the economy. However, there are many disciplines here and elsewhere that deserve more visibility. Most of the time, we discover them by chance: who wasn't told about yoga or meditation in response to the stress you mentioned? 


The Worklab, this "work laboratory," is an invitation to take matters into your own hands and to try out a series of new approaches. It's about experimenting with techniques that are sometimes little known but could guarantee your survival and your fulfillment at work.


How can you become more efficient? How can you regain and maintain control of your days despite uncertainty? Manage your boss and the pressure? Manage the emotional charge of certain situations? Get closer to your own goals? Define your work-life balance? Stop procrastinating? But also rediscover the small pleasures of everyday life? The Worklab introduces you to the science of achievement and the art of fulfillment to help you outline your definition of success.


















An invitation to experiment

We are not all equal in the world of work. Some find their marks easily there, while others struggle more. If you fall into the first category, that's fantastic, and this platform probably has nothing more to teach you. However, if you are part of the second, I hope this content and my services can help you move forward.

This platform attempts to bring together the best of many disciplines. It is a mixture of approaches, keys of interpretation, and techniques drawn from neurosciences, psychology, communication sciences, management, or even project management. They are also contributions drawn from approaches and oriental wisdom such as yoga and meditation. Finally, they entail contents based on therapeutical approaches such as hypnotherapy. These approaches are known, but the reading angle could sometimes surprise you and make you want to try them.

And since every individual and every situation is different, The WorkLab is an invitation to see work as a laboratory, that of your development as a person. It is also a platform where your feedback, tips, and tricks will be welcome. Finally, The WorkLab is about looking at work from a new angle that will make you grow because everything is in your hands!

Then you have come to the right place if ...

  • You often wonder how you will "manage" and live under constant stress.

  • You notice, with frustration, that you care about work and those around you and very little about yourself.

  • You expect something else from work, but you don't know what

  • You would like to be able to "let go," not to get so attached to some of your projects, and to get rid of your perfectionism or the gaze of others?

  • You want a change, but you don't know where to start.

  • You want to be more confident at work and waste less energy asking yourself 36 questions.

  • Your last promotion brought you a moment of great satisfaction but, above all, a very constant surplus of work.

  • You tell yourself, half convinced, that "when you have the time," you will do what is really important to you.

  • Your second day starts at 6 p.m. because you are in charge of family life.

  • Your weekends boil down to recovering from your week or even wondering how you will survive the next one.

  • Especially in these times of crisis, you ask yourself the question of the meaning of this turmoil while still needing to invest yourself at work.


What if you would start by harnessing your tendency to perfectionism? Get three game-changing strategies by clicking below!

Save time and increase peace of mind and start your journey today to become the leader you aspire to be: effective, solid, inspiring, and who knows how to set priorities. 

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