There’s a reason the term “mid-life crisis” exists. By the time we’ve reached our 50s, we’ve lived a lot of life. We’ve seen a lot of places, met a lot of people and worked countless hours. So naturally, this leaves us feeling burnt out, uninspired, and exhausted during a time in our life when we aspire to feel free-spirited and energized. Some get stuck asking themselves what might be next for them. Others feel driven to escape the monotonous chapter that they’ve been stuck in for a while.
No matter how your discomfort and discontentment present themselves, it’s important to recognize the value that lies in the years ahead and create momentum to work towards new, fresh goals. Feeling fulfilled is well within reach, and as a reinvention coach, it’s my job to help get you there.
Your first thought might be, “how?” How exactly do I help bored, burnt-out individuals create a future that excites them? And I wish it was that easy – if there was a magic formula or life hack I could share to help every fatigued 50-and-up redefine their goals and reinvent themselves, I would. But there isn’t, so my approach differs based on each individual in order to take their background, goals, interests, and struggles into consideration. So, what I can do is share examples with you to help you understand just how possible it is to reinvent yourself after 50.