Mid-life crisis? Here’s what to do:

A 2018 research study found that:

Women identified the most challenging aspects of midlife as changing family relationships, re-balancing work/personal life, re-discovering self, securing enough resources, and coping with multiple co-occurring stressors.

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If you’ve got a lot going on at the moment and you’re searching for a better balance in life… you’re not alone!

In this 18 min live video recording I give you my suggested 3 Step Plan to conquering your Mid-Life Challenge:

Or you may prefer to read on for a brief overview:

But before we launch into those 3 steps, the first thing we need to do is:

Change it from a “Mid-life Crisis” to a “Mid-life Challenge”.

“Crisis” makes it sound as though the world is falling apart and you have no control over the situation.

“Challenge” makes it sound as though you do have control and there is a solution.

Step 1: List out all your current Challenges:

  • What keeps you awake at night?
  • What do you worry about?
  • What gets you upset or anxious or angry?

Step 2: Figure out what’s most important:

Prioritise your challenges into what will have the most significant impact on your life. How do you figure that out? by doing this exercise…

  • When are you happiest? Where are you you? What are you doing? who are you with?
  • When do you feel your best? Where are you you? What are you doing? who are you with?
  • When do you feel most purposeful? Where are you you? What are you doing? who are you with?

Then…

  • When are you least happy? Where are you you? What are you doing? who are you with?
  • When do you feel your worst? Where are you you? What are you doing? who are you with?
  • When do you feel useless? Where are you you? What are you doing? who are you with?

Step 3: Take action:

You’re probably not going to be able to solve all your challenges at once… but you CAN make progress toward that every single day!

Rome wasn’t built in a day, but they were laying bricks every hour.

James Clear
  • Each morning look at your list and ask yourself: What’s one thing I can do today to address this challenge?
  • Commit to taking action every single day, for every single item on your list.

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