Twenty somethings are suffering from choice overload, says philosopher Joel Vos, who kicked off the Student Platform & Chaplaincy's Grand Philosophy Tour on Thursday 18 April.
Vos advises students facing choices to distinguish between things you must do, things you want to do and things you could do. 'Often there is an emphasis on one of these three. Perfectionists tend to have too many 'musts' in their lives, for instance, and they have a blind spot for what they could do or want to do.
The Grand Philosophy Tour consists of three lectures (in Dutch). Joke Hermsen is talking about the social media and relationships on 15 May, and Bas Haring closes the serious on 12 June with a talk on success and the urge to achieve.