I love the re-entry reflection exercises and tips you offer, which help guide you through processing those complex emotions and channel them toward something constructive.
You are verbalizing what so many of us feel!
Small Planet Studio continues to be one of my favorite sites to read!
I love your podcast series! Everyone can carve out 15 minutes for some bit-sized tips.
WOW WOW WOW! I absolutely love the Relaunch Roadmap. It’s fun, unique and most importantly, thought-provoking.
I love that you help global adventurers put what they’ve learned into a plan for action that lets what’s most important to them blossom as their unique, beautiful global life.
So much of what I’ve learned about re-entry can be traced back to you, which I then can see in practice with the students I work with!
Now I have a clear vision of how to approach [the int’l ed] field and of my future steps in this direction. Thanks!
The Relaunch Roadmap is both practical and creative. The concept I found most inspiring was the idea of Global Life Ingredients!
Cate Brubaker’s tips, support and resources are spot on for the often forgotten re-entry phase.
I get what you're going through! I dreaded going "home" and then struggled to figure out my next steps. But now I know that the key to happiness and success is finding your Re-Entry Relaunch. Let's find yours! Read More »
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I’m proud to be part of the SPS community because Cate has developed a truly collaborative and encouraging environment. I first found SPS when I was still in grad school searching for career paths in the field of International Education. Ever since that first class I knew I had found a key ‘go to’ resource. Thanks for creating SPS Cate!
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