Do you often feel that most people are having a better time in uni than you?
More parties? Adventures? Flings? Travels? Friends?
Do you find yourself saying ‘Yes’ to everything when you rather want to have some rest from your busy schedule?
Do you think that by the time you are 25, you should have done a bunch of stuff and time is not on your side?
Maybe then you might be feeling some FOMO: ‘Fear of missing out’!?
No worries, most of us have experienced it especially after these years of pandemic.
But how to avoid this dissatisfaction about our lives to control us?
Is there a way to change these feelings around?
Yes, there is!
And the life coaches Margit van Tuijl & Laura Curta are going to tell you their secret on how to do it.
Explore the reasons behind these thought processes, learn tools to deal with these feelings and create your mantra to balance your mind, heart and body with your present life!
"There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about."
– Margaret J. Wheatley –
Due to the recent events in Ukraine, TINT decided to create a safe place where students that feel affected, directly or indirectly, by this conflict can share their stories, find comfort and support in each other.
You are not alone in thes unimaginable times! TINT is here for you!
TINT life coach, Rachelle van Andel, will be guide the group through the process of sharing, acknowledging and processing experiences, so you can deal with them in a way that works for you.
Join this session next Friday, March 18th, during lunch break (12:30-13:30) at the Zwarte Doos.
Join us online on February 15th 2022, from 19:00-21:00, to listen to an amazing speaker, join an insightful workshop and inspire each other.
This year’s theme is “Boost your STEM esteem” to make you realise that you are already a STEM example for younger generations!
So, what can you expect?!
First, an incredible lecture by Vreneli Stadelmaier, author of 'F*ck die Onzekerheid' (in English 'Sure she can - Crush this insecurity') that will tell you all about the 'Imposter Syndrome', how to overcome fear and trust your capabilities.
Afterwards, you can choose to leave or stay to enjoy ONE of the following workshops (45mins) in a small and confidential setting.
'Set your Boundaries' by Lara Hofstra, TU/e Student Diversity Officer
Do you often avoid saying ‘no’? Feel overwhelmed by others' requests? Feel guilty to prioritize yourself? Learn how to be more assertive, communicate your needs and set clear personal boundaries. Practice how to gain more confidence and create your own mantra.
'Show Yourself to the World' by Margit van Tuijl, TINT Life Coach
How much effort do you put into showing a perfect image of yourself to the world? Why not give yourself more space for who you really are? Reflect on your personal traits and find more comfort in your own shoes.
‘The Power of Vulnerability’ by Marjan van Ganzenwinkel, Communication Expert & Recruitment Manager
The author Brené Brown defines vulnerability as uncertainty, risk and emotional exposure. At first, this sounds quite scary, right? What if vulnerability could be a measure of courage or even one of our major strengths? Do you dare to allow yourself to be truly seen?
'Your Body, Your Language' by Rachelle van Andel, TINT Life Coach
Does your body give away your thoughts especially in challenging situations? Would you like to understand your own body better and how to self-soothe yourself in a stressful professional or personal situation? Explore and create a coping kit to deal better with triggering situations.
By the end of this online gathering, grab a nice cup of tea or a glass of wine, relax and digitally mingle with the rest of the participants for some nice chatting, to share your own experiences and sources of inspiration in career choices and life in general.
We welcome ALL colleagues and students in Eindhoven to join us in celebrating Women in Science in Eindhoven!
Bring your (male) friends and colleagues! :P
Our society faces many challenges. Climate change, inequality, racism, poverty, polarization, anti-Semitism, and Islamophobia are major issues that concern us all. How can we shape a society where every person matters? How can we build a shared future with the lessons from the past?
1. Exposure Weekend (Jan. 28-30)
Visit "Survivors - Faces of Life after the Holocaust", follow lectures, watch documentaries, join in city walks and more
2. Museum Lab (Feb. 4-6)
Become creative with what you have learned during the exposure weekend
3. Performance during the closing event of 'Survivors: Faces of the Holocaust' (Feb. 13)
Locations are Maastricht, Eindhoven and Antwerp.
Participation is free!
Survey and motivation are required if you want to participate.
We only have 30 spots available!
We organize an 'exposure weekend' and a 'museum lab' for a maximum of 30 students from Eindhoven, Maastricht and Antwerp. During this exposure weekend you will receive lots of impressions to get you started.
You will also get to know the other participants and learn to work with a diverse group of students.
Part of the Maastricht exposure day is the exhibition 'Survivors - Faces of Life after the Holocaust' by Martin Schöller. In addition to visiting the exhibition, we will organize lectures, watch documentaries, take city walks and much more. Both in Maastricht and the next day in Antwerp.
With all of the information from the exhibition weekend, we organize a ‘museumlab’ in which you process your impressions in a joint production.
This can be a performance, a poem, an art form or an installation. Anything really - all that matters is that it is about impressions from the past, with an eye to the future. This production will then be 'staged' or shown during the closing event of Martin Schöller's photo exhibition 'Survivors - Faces of Life after the Holocaust' on the 13th of February in the Fotomuseum aan het Vrijthof.
Participation is subsidized (and is therefore free for you!)
We look forward to meeting you!
Meet new people and listen to each other's personal stories, insights, and ideas. Every conversation will be be a unique experience. After all, everyone has a special story to tell. All conversations are centered on a selected theme, and this year’s pick is: Courage to connect.
UPDATE: You can only join this edition online via MS Teams due to recent Corona measures.
Also, you can choose to participate in either a Dutch or English conversation.
Number of participants is limited, so registration is required until 10:00 AM on Wednesday, 1 December
Courage to connect
Starting a conversation and connecting with others can sometimes be challenging.
For example, the pandemic forced us to only connect digitally, language differences can pose intangible barriers to engaging in conversation and understanding each other, and cultural backgrounds can provide different meanings to the same sentence or behaviors.
For all these reasons, making a connection with other people can often take some courage. You are required to step out of your comfort zone. Consider the courage it takes to make new friends at university, to dive in deep conversations with students from other countries, or to discuss a topic in which ideals and beliefs might collide. Connecting with others can be a dare to show your vulnerabilities. To challenge your knowledge and beliefs. But if you take that step, you'll notice that it broadens your horizon, you find new inspiration and you enjoy the new connections. By developing the courage to connect, you will discover the hero inside you who is connected to the world.
The conversation will be structured around the four steps of the ‘dialogue’ framework:
You will participate in a conversation with a group of 4 participants (max.) under the guidance of a facilitator. You will experience what it means to listen carefully to the personal story of others and to be able to tell your story without being interrupted. It is an evening for people who are open minded and curious about other people’s perspectives.
Starting and ending times
The event will begin at 7:30 PM, so make sure you have entered the Auditorium hall (offline) or the MS Teams meeting (online) by 7:15 PM at the latest.
If you participate online, you will receive an email with a link to the MS Teams videocall meeting prior to the event. The conversation will end at 10:00 PM at the latest.
If you participate, we assume that you will be present for the entire evening.
Dutch or English conversation
It is possible to participate in either a Dutch or English conversation. Only participate in a Dutch-language conversation if you are comfortable and fluent in speaking Dutch. Please do not use this evening as a language course. Prior to the event, you will receive an email in which you can indicate whether you prefer to participate in a Dutch or English conversation.
UN Sustainable Development Goals
Since 2021, Eindhoven in Dialoog has focused its mission and vision on United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These 17 goals, agreed upon in 2015, have been defined to safeguard a sustainable future for current and future generations, and have been linked to an ambitious plan of action. For the Dialogue as a method for inspiring conversations, the SDGs provide interesting, meaningful but also necessary themes and subjects to explore.
This year’s theme “Courage to Connect” is aligned with goal #17: Partnerships. This SDG emphasises the opportunity to connect to people, ideas, organizations, and goals, to find inspiration and create a meaningful future together.
Perfectionism. It can be a blessing but also a huge burden.
You may excel in your studies and/or other things you do, but often with quite some stress and anxiety. But, did you know that there are also other ways to handle perfectionism?
𝗧𝗜𝗡𝗧 & 𝗦𝗩𝗧𝗡 𝗝𝗗 𝘃𝗮𝗻 𝗱𝗲𝗿 𝗪𝗮𝗮𝗹𝘀 𝗷𝗼𝗶𝗻𝗲𝗱 𝗳𝗼𝗿𝗰𝗲𝘀 𝘁𝗼 𝗼𝗳𝗳𝗲𝗿 𝘁𝗼 𝗮𝗹𝗹 𝗔𝗽𝗽𝗹𝗶𝗲𝗱 𝗣𝗵𝘆𝘀𝗶𝗰𝘀 𝗗𝗲𝗽𝘁. 𝘀𝘁𝘂𝗱𝗲𝗻𝘁𝘀 𝗮 𝘄𝗼𝗿𝗸𝘀𝗵𝗼𝗽 𝘄𝗵𝗲𝗿𝗲 𝘆𝗼𝘂 𝗰𝗮𝗻 𝗹𝗲𝗮𝗿𝗻 𝘁𝗼 𝗴𝗲𝘁 𝘆𝗼𝘂𝗿 𝗽𝗲𝗿𝗳𝗲𝗰𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻𝗶𝘀𝗺 𝘂𝗻𝗱𝗲𝗿 𝗰𝗼𝗻𝘁𝗿𝗼𝗹.
Life coaches Margit van Tuijl and Laura Curta will help you understand what perfectionism is, where it comes from and how it influences your behaviour and thinking patterns.
𝘿𝙤 𝙮𝙤𝙪 𝙬𝙖𝙣𝙩 𝙩𝙤 𝙜𝙞𝙫𝙚 𝙮𝙤𝙪𝙧 𝙥𝙚𝙧𝙛𝙚𝙘𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙞𝙨𝙢 𝙖 𝙥𝙤𝙨𝙞𝙩𝙞𝙫𝙚 𝙩𝙪𝙧𝙣?
𝘼𝙧𝙚 𝙮𝙤𝙪 𝙥𝙖𝙧𝙩 𝙤𝙛 𝙑𝙖𝙣 𝙙𝙚𝙧 𝙒𝙖𝙖𝙡𝙨?
𝙎𝙞𝙜𝙣 𝙪𝙥 𝙛𝙤𝙧 𝙩𝙝𝙞𝙨 𝙬𝙤𝙧𝙠𝙨𝙝𝙤𝙥 𝙫𝙞𝙖 𝙮𝙤𝙪𝙧 𝙖𝙨𝙨𝙤𝙘𝙞𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣!
TINT and Enter the Now are hosting a special edition of the Mindfulness Break for the Vitality Week 2021.
As the first quartile of this academic year proceeds, TINT focuses its events on deeper and deeper connections. We started with making the first contact and making friends, but now it is time to focus on one of the most mythical and deep connections there is, love.
Love is incredibly complex and knows many forms and faces.
Are you curious to learn more about this deepest connection?
Would you like to gain insights into how to ignite and maintain it?
Do you have personal questions you would like to have answered?
Then, this love lessons event is for you!
This event is perfect for all students who are interested to learn about love and the event will be insightful for any relationship status and sexual orientation.
The evening is filled with interesting theories offered by Love Doctor Inge van de Vorst and TINT life coach Margit van Tuijl .
But there is also space to (anonymously) ask questions yourself and to practice with the verbs of love. What those verbs are, you will learn at the event!
Some people have experienced truly amazing adventures that can inspire our wildest dreams to be possible.
Others have faced and overcome tough hurdles that prompt us to put our lives in perspective and feel more grateful for what we have.
Others have just challenged the odds and enjoyed the serendipity of life.
Life stories can take us to places, situations and emotions, that we have never imagined before...
And we love that!
The event “Open Stories” is an evening to inspire our TU/e community to take more time to listen to the real stories around us.
For that, we have chosen some captivating “human books” ready to share their life stories with you in an intimate conversation. You can expect heartening, raw and honest stories that will broaden your horizons.
This event is part of the TU/e Diversity Week 2021 in collaboration with TINT and Groep-één.
Friendships and a good social network are a big part of our lives, especially during University times. However, meeting new people can sometimes be a scary yet an exciting adventure.
For that reason, TINT & Cosmos join forces to bring you “First Connections”, a fun and insightful evening to meet other freshmen or the old wolves of Eindhoven in a different way.
The life coaches Margit van Tuijl and Laura Curta will share all about the art of connection-making.
Enjoy useful tips & tricks on how to start a conversation easily, even if you are a bit shy, and how to make your friendships more meaningful by building deeper connections with others.
Curious? Grab your friends or come alone, and enjoy meeting plenty of interesting people!
Would you like to kickstart the new academic year by balancing yourself on a board?
After the nice chaos of intro or coming back to University, TINT in collaboration with the SUP Coach, Paula van Loon, is giving you a break from all of that to reconnect with yourself in the middle of nature.
For about 2 hours, you can try out Stand Up Paddling with a small group of 7 people at the TU/e Dommel to enjoy the University from a new perspective.
The session starts with a set of instructions, then the group gets on the water (not in!) with a SUP board and after finding the physical balance with the standup paddling technique the participants are invited to also find the mental balance with mindfulness exercises.
Safety is very important and for that reason, TINT requires everyone who signs up to be ABLE TO SWIM. It is unlikely to fall in the water but better safe than sorry!
September can be tricky weather-wise. We all hope for a beautiful day but to manage expectations, TINT would like to inform the participants in advance:
- SUP Coach reserves the right to cancel the workshop in case of adverse unsafe weather with full-ticket reimbursement.
- Dress in layers so you can adapt to all temperatures (e.g. light layer + thermo layer or a wetsuit).
- Bring water shoes or shoes you don't mind getting dirty in case you get muddy going on/off the SUP board. Barefoot is not advisable due to the cold water.
- Preferably bring a change of clothes in case you get wet or dirty.
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For most of us, the ongoing world-wide pandemic has added an increasing amount of stress to our daily lives. Mindfulness can help in coping with stress and building resilience. Have you always been curious about what mindfulness can do for you? If not, give it a try for a couple of weeks! Do you struggle to stay motivated during this #stayhome period? Start your day with us, and we can support you to reduce your stress and increase your focus and motivation.
Together, PROOF, Enter the Now, and TINT have developed a mindfulness program for everyone. Though the sessions are meant as an introduction to mindfulness for beginners, to help you try out mindfulness and make practice a regularity, anyone at TU/e is welcome to join. The program will help you start your day more grounded and focused.
A new pilot has started with a 5 week course for smaller groups which come together online once a week. Each session consists of a relaxed start and a mindfulness meditation exercise of about 10 minutes. In the end, there will always be room for sharing tips, tricks, and experiences that can inspire you to have a relaxed and productive working day.
Meet our mindfulness guides Dan & Nuriye
Nuriye, you might already know as a TINT event organizer. She is a third-year Bachelor student at Applied Physics. She discovered mindfulness through yoga, when she was still in high school. When she started university, this 'skill' became even more relevant. Suddenly, the world demands so much more from you. She found the Tuesday Mindfulness Breaks by TINT and Enter the Now, now she also guides this more advanced session as well.
Dan is a second-year student who is active in Enter the Now, our campus’s association involved in creating a community around consciousness, spirituality and mindfulness. He began his journey when he used it as a tool to help deal with personal circumstances that were affecting him emotionally.
Are you curious about mindfulness, but committing to it on your own is a challenge? Then the 5 week course is a good way to get you started and keep you motivated!
Let's start the conversation and make the TU/e community stronger!
In the past years, there has been an increasing interest and willingness to have more courageous conversations about systemic racism. And TINT would like to start such a conversation with the TU/e community as well!
This event aims to create a place as safe as possible, where you, a TU/e student or employee who has experienced racism yourself, feel comfortable to share your experiences, learn from each other, and deconstruct misunderstandings.
To help with that, TINT counts on the expertise of Kaylee Rosalina, Education & Policy Advisor, who will provide us with important foundations for a constructive dialogue about systemic racism.
If you are a person of color (POC), you have a multicultural background, or you are interested to learn more, join us for an offline evening that will strengthen our TU/e community!
Kaylee Rosalina is an educationalist from Eindhoven with a focus on inclusion and social justice. In her work, she combines scientific knowledge with insights from practice. As an educationalist, she likes to work with boards and teacher teams to ensure that educational institutions and government agencies, among others, (start) working for a world in which everyone is given their due.
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Date: Tuesday, June 8th, 2021
Time: 18:30 - 20:30
Location: Metaforum Building - Room MF 7
Free registration needed!
Do you want an answer to the most elementary question of human life that is 'Who am I'?
Do you want to have more confidence in yourself and create a vision for your future?
Do you want to know what brings people together at a profound and meaningful level?
TINT is giving you that opportunity!
This workshop aims to boost your confidence in who you are, where do you want to go in your future and how to get inspired by meaningful conversations with people surrounding you!
You will be defining a vision for your (future) self, but also learn how this vision supports you to make
better decisions and to comfortably connect with others.
Confidence is key.
Today we travel faster than ever and further than ever. At the same time, the expectations placed on our shoulders are getting heavier. When faced with so many expectations and so many options, the most important question becomes: "Who am I?". Being confident in your identity will help you clarify your future goals, your future decisions, and the way you live. The same question becomes relevant when cultures and different beliefs come together. Looking beyond the appearances fosters understanding so that people come together with an open mind and willing to communicate at a deeper level.
Has your curiosity awakened?
Then, "Who will I become?" is a workshop just for you!
When you sign up for this workshop, you will also receive a workbook filled with inspiration, but we will leave the exact details as a surprise.
TINT and Enter the Now are hosting online guided meditations so you can start, explore or deepen your mindfulness skills within a lively community no matter where you are.
Join us for a meditation session during lunchtime (12:40-13:20) to inspire you for a productive study time and a life focused on the present moment. Meditation is a way of becoming aware of what’s alive inside of yourself. By meditating regularly, you will develop a stronger connection with yourself, others, and life. This connection can help you with finding more calmness in your days, increasing focus on what you’re doing, coping with stress, and building resilience.
Both advanced meditation practitioners and beginners are welcome! The meditation is guided by TINT or Enter the Now and will take about 15-20 minutes. Next to the meditation, there is plenty of time to share and connect within the group.
Dutch Happiness Week is coming to TU/e!
Did you know that happy people are more active, more creative, less prone to disease, have more energy and participate more than less happy people? Happiness is important in the social and work field. That’s why TINT is bringing DHW founded by Parktheater & Fontys to TU/e for the first year!
A week full of lectures, debates, exhibitions and workshops on happiness. At the moment we are preparing all activities hosted by TINT. Follow the event on Facebook or follow TINT on Instagram to stay updated 😄
Online exhibition about happiness by Dekate Mousa
Happiness Radio by Breda University of Applied Sciences (Dutch)
Monday, March 15th
14:00-15:00 - Leon v/d Zanden: De Masterclass van je leven! (Dutch)
15:45-17:15 - Eric Mijnster: 'Moed, flow & overgave' (Dutch)
Tuesday, March 16th
12:40-13:20 - Mindfulness break (English)
15:45-17:15 - Tjerk de Ridder: 'Bonne Route' (Dutch)
19:00-21:00 - The Power of Connection (English)
Wednesday, March 17th
19:00-21:00 - HUMAN movie + discussion (English)
Friday, March 19th
15:00-19:00 Eindhoven City Walk - Internationals meet Locals (English)
Saturday, March 20th
11:00-14:00 - Sup Coaching Workshop (English)
Many more activities are being organized during Dutch Happiness Week! Go to dutchhappinessweek.nl to learn about the entire DHW program
Join us online on February 10th 2020, from 19:00-21:00, to celebrate girls and women in science in Eindhoven, listen to amazing speakers and meet inspiring people.
This year’s theme: “Growing towards a female role model”.
This event explores the journey from a high school student towards a full professor.
We focus on three stages: choosing a STEM University track, becoming a PhD candidate and applying for a Tenure Track. Each stage is introduced by an interesting speaker followed by a sharing moment.
This event is an opportunity to honour the increasing contribution of female scientists in technical fields and, also, a place to share personal stories and sources of inspiration by role models in the study and career choices.
We welcome ALL colleagues and students of Eindhoven to join us in celebrating Women in Science in Eindhoven!
Listen to the podcast below full of girl power.
New Academic Year, New weekly Mindfulness Break series.
Do you want to understand how you are more than your physical appearance and your upbringing?
Are you interested in finding out how your identity can connect you with others in a profound and meaningful way?
'Finding Common Ground' is a workshop by life coach & personal development coach Laura Curta, about self-determination and positive regard.
Today we travel faster than ever and further than ever. At the same time, expectations placed on our shoulders are getting bigger. When faced with so many expectations and so many options, the most important question to answer becomes: "Who am I?". That answer will help you clarify your future goals, your future decisions, and the way you live. The same question becomes relevant when cultures and different beliefs come together. Looking beyond the appearances not only creates inclusiveness, but it also flattens conflicts. It fosters understanding so that people come together with an open mind and willing to communicate at a deeper level.
Join this event to get to know yourself better, participate in a meaningful conversation about the power one has to build their own identity,
and allow yourself to be inspired.
Self-Leadership can be defined as having an idea of who you are, what you can do and where you want to go. But, how to find all this deep knowledge about ourselves? Let TINT help you out with that! During an informal evening, the participants will go through different exercises that will shed the light about the core values that guide their lives. TINT life coach, Margit van Tuijl, and the international life coach, Mymza Wever, will help to incorporate those values in the daily life and future dreams.
Do you want to take the lead of your life?! Yes! Then, this workshop is for you!
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Date: October 12th, 2020
Time: 19:00 - 21:30
Location: Innovation Space, Room 1.345
Cost: 3,00€ for Students, 5,00€ for Non-Students
TINT & Cosmos celebrate the TU/e Diversity Week with a fun platonic speed dating and a quiz night. Meet new people in a corona-proof event.
Come to meet new people on a platonic speed dating! It is a great opportunity to meet other freshman or the old wolfs of Eindhoven, exchange ideas and get to know each other.
Then, gather in teams to participate in a global quiz and take a cool prize home!
Snacks will be provided to keep the stamina ;)
Grab your friends or come alone, there will be plenty of interesting people and fun waiting for you!
Margit van Tuijl, TINT Life Coach, will guide you through the beauty in our differences so we can embody our diversity, express more empathy, and thrive for more inclusion.
Due to the new COVID measures and TU/e Policy this Mindfulness Break session will be online!
No registration needed!
Just join the online session by the Microsoft Teams Link below.
Do you sometimes long for a deeper connection with others around you?
Do you wish to have more time to connect with yourself and your dreams?
Do you want to understand and express your feelings in a more effective way?
If this year has taught us anything is that humans crave for social contact and thrive by connecting with each other. But what about connecting with ourselves? Do you take the time to look inside and accept what you are feeling with no judgement?
That’s tricky, right? Well, you are not alone in this!
An important tool that helps us acknowledge our feelings, understand what their role is and, most importantly, create the trust we need to express ourselves in a vulnerable way is non-violent communication.
During this workshop, we will explore the basics of non-violent communication by engaging with different practical exercises. The goal is to provide a safe space for the full range of emotions, to connect with one another, and to learn a few tools that will help you connect with others in a more authentic way.
Would you like to find balance in life?
Nowadays we spend a lot of time on our computer, tablet or phone. Instead of moving outdoors, we spend a lot of our time inside. This has its effects. We get easily overwhelmed, distracted, and tired.
Stand Up Paddling (SUP in short) can help you to:
That is why TINT organizes again a Supcoach workshop!
For about 2 hours you can be Supping with a group of 4-6 people while being guided into relaxation with mindfulness and meditation exercises. The session starts with instructions, then we get on the water (not in!) and after finding your physical balance with the stand up paddling technique, we will find also mental balance with some mindfulness :)
You will be more relaxed and leave with a clear head at the end of the session, we promise!
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Date: Wednesday, 9th September 2020.
Time: meeting at 16:45, departing on your SUP trip at 17:00.
Location: Eeuwsel, Dutmalapad at TUe Eindhoven.
Safety is important, that is why we require everyone who signs up to be ABLE TO SWIM. It is unlikely to fall in the water but better safe than sorry!