Expat Partner career coach

Live a meaningful life abroad!


 




Hey Expat Partner,

Expat Partner Career Coach Heidi wants you to live a meaningful life.

So you can flourish in your own unique way!

Give your life a boost and start today if you don't feel satisfied.

You can start with the free download on top of this page.

It is filled with questions, it makes you think about your current life.

It can be the start of a change in your daily routines.


You can also read my blogs about living a life abroad. 


Expat Life


Expat life can be really nice and stressful at the same time.

Especially when you are the partner of the working International.

Many Expat Partners have to stop working when they cross borders.

Some like it, but many Expat Partners want to return to their job, at some point.

The fact that your own career is on hold for a while, is frustrating for many Expat Partners. 

You are at the right place if you are living abroad, and you want to live a meaningful life again.

Let me listen to your story so I can help you in the best possible way.


Connect with me if you want a free 15-minute call to find out what you need.


A career for all Expat Partners?


To become a happy Expat Partner, having a career is not always the solution.

Some Expat Partners just want to take care of their families, that is fine too!

After all, you have to feel satisfied and happy with your choices in life.

If you feel you need to change something:

Expat Partner Career coach Heidi will help you with your:



  • Job search

  • Networking in the Netherlands

  • LinkedIn profile

  • CV

  • Cultural challenges

  • Starting your own business, big or small

  • Educational Advice

  • Your next step in your career


Sukanya Krishnan on LinkedIn:


I interacted with Expat Partner career coach Heidi, to plan about my career in the Netherlands.

Until I met Heidi, I was almost convinced that homemaker takes the most out of me and I can never go back to work which I used to enjoy more.  Thanks to her guidance, motivation, inspiration, and support.

She really changed my view and within few weeks I became confident that I can go back if I want to, and also whenever I want to. She was very informative and energetic during our calls and ensured that my CV and LinkedIn profile are updated with most recent information. She also ensured that my profile looked professional, suitable and

at the same time attractive for my job hunt in the Netherlands.


The outcome of all her sincere and dedicated efforts is my current job, which I am most happy about!

But for Heidi, I would not have achieved it at all. She is a good mentor and guide for an expat partner, and provides the correct input! I strongly recommend her as the career coach for expat partners.

What my Amish friends taught me…

Geschreven door Heidi Los

Amish friends – Amish lessons

 

Today I will share my story about the Amish lessons I have learned from my Amish friends.  When I was 16, I watched a documentary about the Amish community in the USA. Their lifestyle impressed me in many ways. As a little girl I think it impressed me because their lifestyle was so far from what I was used to. I never fully understood why this documentary about their lives had such a big impact on my feelings about them and the way they lived their lives. Until I met them. Now I know. My Amish friends taught me a lot!

What my Amish friends taught me..

For a few years we have lived pretty close to the Pennsylvania Amish in the United States. Although it was many years ago when I saw this documentary about the Amish, it came to life for me when I got in good contact with some of them. I felt truly blessed to get to know a few of them, I have learned quite a lot from the Amish I met. It brought me (sometimes new) insights about the basic things in life and it taught me a different way to view people, to view myself and the problems we face in life.

Respect

‘Instead of putting others in their place, put yourself in their place’.

We all have opinions about other people (and their opinions) more than once a day. What if you put yourself in their place? What happens to your opinion?

Happiness

‘A happy memory never wears out’.

Simplicity

‘The best things in life are not things’. 

No make up, no fancy clothes, no high heals, no (big) cars. A simple life helps you live an easy life, without a lot of temptations. It will help you feel pleased with the things you have, the people you have in your family, your friends. You will not feel stressed with the feeling of wanting things.

No complaining

‘Every life has its dark and cheerful hours. Happiness comes from choosing which to remember’.

It is how it is. Things in life can be hard on you; they will be present in anyone’s life. It is your choice how to live with it.

Responsibility

‘He who waits to do a great deal of good at once will never do anything’.

You, and only you, are responsible for things you realize in your life. Don’t worry about making mistakes; just go for it and do it. That way you will find out what your next step can and will be.

Hard working

Hard working is in my veins; I was born and raised in a family (both sides) who used to work hard, without complaining. Period. When I met with these Amish girls I, again, faced the benefits of hard working, without complaining. Life is the way it is. You have to work hard to get all the work done and, in the end, you will feel happy and satisfied.

Respect is the key word to me when I think about them. I felt respect in every word spoken by my Amish friends. I felt very nicely treated, I felt welcome and whole.

What Amish proverb or Amish lesson stands out to you the most?

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