How well adjusted do you feel you are to your current career ?
This week on Papa PhD, I’m sharing my recent conversation with Danielle De La Mare, creator and host of the Self-Compassionate Professor podcast, about her approach to promotion career wellness in the academic community.
This is an exciting episode for me, because it’s a collaboration with the Self-Compassionate Professor. Danielle will be publishing an interview I gave her a few weeks ago onw day before this one goes live, so I strongly suggest you go listen to what I shared on mic with Danielle!
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Danielle De La Mare, founder of Self-Compassionate Professor, focuses on healing academics’ relationship to work, helping them to clear mental and emotional clutter, make space for their own needs and wants, and find the clarity to make sound and meaningful career decisions grounded in wellness.
Thank you, Danielle De La Mare!
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