Mid-life crisis. Time for that Harley, the sports car, the younger love interest, or to get some work done on yourself. That’s the stereotype. And like most stereotypes it leaves a lot out.
Not everyone experiencing a mid-life crisis enjoy themselves. And I am not talking just about the protagonist, but the people around – the spouse, the kids, the siblings, the parents, the friends, you get the idea.
I am not going through a mid life crisis, at least not that I know of. But I do know people who are going through it now and I am sure so do you.
I recently spoke on this very topic with Maria Allyn and recorded our conversation for today’s episode. Maria is a mid-life crisis coach who spent her last 8 years helping women to get over this hurdle.
If you want to find out more about mid-life crisis, how it affects people and how to deal with it, you must listen to this week’s episode.
I hope you’ll find our discussion informative.
As always I welcome your feedback. Please post your comments online or drop me a line at email@example.com. I’d love to hear your thoughts.
Sean ‘TS’ Redmond started his first coach training in 1997. He’s now a highly skilled and experienced business, leadership and team coach.
He was assessed in the top 1% in Australia for Abstract Reasoning (thinking outside the box if you like). He also gained an MBA in 2003 and has held executive positions in a number of different industries.
But that’s not the reason why I have Sean on the show.
I invited Sean for a talk because he has an inspiring story to share. Sean struggled with anxiety and depression for two decades. On several occasions he tried to take his own life. But after 20 years fighting the battle Sean beat the depression and turned his life around. Today he’s helping and teaching others how to defeat the depression in faster and more effective ways.