Last week on Papa PhD, I shared my recent conversation with Danielle De La Mare, creator and host of the Self-Compassionate Professor podcast.
This week, I’m over-the-moon happy to have an episode of the Self-Compassionate Professor as a feed drop on Papa PhD – a conversation about perfectionism in academia with Dr. Isabeau Iqbal.
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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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This episode’s resources:
- Danielle De La Mare | Website
- Danielle De La Mare | Podcast
- Self-Compasisonate Professor | Sabbatical Program
You might also like the following episodes:
Kimberly Duong – Goal Setting as an Early Career Researcher
Danielle De La Mare – Trusting the Path to Career Wellness
Bryan Quoc Le – Leveraging Your PhD in the Consulting Sector
Ashley Ruba – The State of the Post-PhD Job Market
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