ExpiredWays of Thinking Outside the Box


Thinking is a 24/7 fella in our everyday lives. We sometimes get stuck understanding the things that for some people are easy peasy 🍋💦. Crazy enough, sometimes a totally random topic can help to see things through a different angle and make it easier to solve your problems. Breaking the conventional process of <how to> can bring unusual and exciting solutions to <know how>.
Join us at the InnBetween on the 15th of January – we’re going to learn how to tackle daily life challenges such as studying, time management, self-motivation, and so on, in fun and new ways. We promise you, we will laugh and be awkward all together, so come along and bring the thoughts which keep you up at night! ✨
In the first part of the event, we will explore different topics through a comedic perspective. The second part will be a workshop focused on group dynamics, followed by finalizing the questions brought by participants. Please bring any idea you would like to discuss or make one up as we go along.
Our lovely guest will be Charles A. Wesemann, a graduate of the MSc Biobased Materials program at Maastricht University. Charles represents KAN as an executive researcher. KAN is a local organization that aims to address sustainability issues and collaborates with numerous organizations working at the forefront of climate change in Maastricht.
Yummy snacks and warm drinks to keep you fired up will be served. ☕🥐
This event is part of The InnBetween’s weekly event series on “Wide Horizons”. It is free to attend without prior registration.


  • Ways of Thinking Outside the Box
    January 15, 2020
    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm



Capucijnenstraat 122
6211 RS


Head down Capucijnenstraat from the Vrijthof until you see Circumflex and Montessori school on the left. Head into the driveway and slightly to the left an up towards the gate. From there you’ll see our brightly colored signs. You can park your bike inside and the way to The InnBetween continues through the garden on the left.

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