A few weeks ago, I shared an episode with you all about ways to manage a mid-life crisis. It turned out to be one of my most popular episodes of the podcast, but recently, I was reminded that mid-life does not corner the market on crises.
One of my clients is a 25-year-old woman who’s currently going through a major reset in her life. Amidst leaving her relationship, apartment, dog, and job, this definitely qualified as a quarter-life crisis. It’s easy to discount the quarter-life crisis when we’re on the other side of 50 because we expect them to have bumps, bruises, and scrapes as they ride life along with training wheels on, but whether it’s a quarter-life, mid-life, or late-in-life crisis, it’s all still a crisis of sorts.
Join me this week as I share how, like a mid-life crisis, the issues of a quarter-life crisis are often very similar. I’m showing you how, while change can be hard to navigate, when we lean into curiosity that surrounds change, we create opportunity. And where there’s opportunity, a new adventure awaits us.
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What You Will Discover:
- How the issues of a quarter-life crisis are similar to those of a mid-life crisis.
- A case study of one of my clients who is going through a quarter-life crisis.
- The art and power of reframing your experience when you’re going through any kind of crisis.
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- Ep #49: 6 Ways to Manage a Mid-Life Crisis
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