Life Coaching for people in their 40s
Embracing Your 40s: Spiritual Growth Opportunities Await!
Have you hit the big 4-0 and feeling a bit lost? This decade can bring a multitude of life events and challenges, but it also holds immense opportunities for spiritual growth. From mid-life crises to empty nest syndrome, your 40s can be a time of self-reflection and discovery.
But it's important to remember, you're not alone in this journey. Many people in their 40s are seeking ways to find meaning and fulfillment in their lives. This is where life coaching comes in. A life coach can help you navigate through these challenges and support you as you strive for personal growth.
So, what are some of the benefits of embracing this new era of your life? For starters, you may find yourself feeling more on track, experiencing greater happiness, and having a newfound appreciation for the simple things in life. This newfound outlook can lead to a world of beauty, possibility, and joy.
But don't just take my word for it. Take control of your spiritual growth and call in support. Life coaching can be the push you need to jumpstart your journey to self-discovery and fulfillment. With the right guidance, you can embrace your 40s and find the peace and happiness you deserve.
So, what are you waiting for? Start your journey to spiritual growth today! With the right support, you'll find that the opportunities for growth in your 40s are endless.
If you are in your 40s and unhappy
AND your unhappiness is limiting your life
AND you are ready to live a Passionate, Purposeful, and Peaceful life
THEN welcome to Great Life Coach, YOU are in the right place!
Over the past 20 years, I have customized one-on-one coaching with hundreds of people in their 40s. The kinds of challenges we can work on together include:
- Career advancement and transition
- Balancing work and family responsibilities
- Dealing with empty nest syndrome
- Maintaining physical and mental health
- Financially supporting aging parents
- Managing personal and professional finances
- Maintaining relationships
- Navigating aging and menopause
- Pursuing personal interests and hobbies
- Encouraging moisturization of your neck (ha)
- Planning for retirement
Our mid-life is a clarifying time, a time for introspection, a time when we realize that we must establish meaning and purpose in our lives. We have grown, prospered, and perhaps stagnated on the life foundation we laid over the last twenty years of our working lives and we now live off the bitter and sweet fruits of the choices we have made. Maybe you can feel an inner knowingness that something needs to change.
Sparkle in your mid-life, Don't Fade
|Maybe you don't know what to believe anymore, what to trust or who you are. What to change though? Maybe it's a big change or a few small ones. A career change, a relationship change, or its time to stop kidding ourselves? In our 40s our habitual rut is etched deep and change may feel impossible.
Adulthood comprises many phases of being, each phase involves a shift of identity and the opportunity for a breakthrough into a larger self.
In the book 'The Gift of Change' by Marianne Williamson, the author explores the idea that change is a precious opportunity for growth and renewal. As we navigate our 40s, it's important to embrace change and use it to our advantage. Here are three inspiring quotes from the book that perfectly capture the spirit of this decade:
- "The greater the turbulence, the greater the potential for change."
- "Change means growth, and growth is a measure of our commitment to life."
- "Change is not necessarily easy, but it is always possible."
By embracing change and using it as a catalyst for growth, we can unlock a new level of fulfillment and happiness in our 40s. Whether it's a mid-life crisis or simply the desire for a new direction, the gift of change offers us the chance to reinvent ourselves and create the life we truly desire.
Many stories of Re-Invention start with pain --- Is your Comfort Zone no longer Comfortable?
Fortified in the safety of our comfort zone, many of us choose to ignore or numb the aspects ourselves that are urging us to make changes. When we were younger, we shot for the stars and experienced much of what this beautiful world has to offer and perhaps wrestled with the ineffable aspects of our spirituality. For many though, unhappiness, depression, stress, and imbalance permeate our lives. Maybe you feel just feel disconnected. Maybe you are in a profound and troubling meltdown that comes in midlife when you perceive that your trajectory is no longer arcing reliably upward as it once did.
Are the free YouTube videos not working? If you could do it on your own, you would have! Maybe I am your messenger. Most people can't handle what they need to hear, they'd rather bury their heads in the sand. That's what an investment in great life coaching does for you, it creates your opening to hear your Truth. The truth is often uncomfortable.
Do you truly want to change? You've got to get in touch with your Truth. The coaching investment creates receptivity and keeps you there. Ask for help, receive my help, and take responsibility
The Dalai Lama has this to say ... "...sacrifice your health to make money. Then you sacrifice money to recuperate your health. Then you are so anxious about the future that you don't enjoy the present: the result being that you do not live in the present or the future; you live as if you are never going to die, and then you die having never really lived." ... It doesn't have to be that way!
Unhappiness is the cue to embark on a new path; I can help you discover a path that is optimum for YOU. Over the next few months, we can work together that takes a deep look at your life situation. We can identify the opportunities for change and the opportunities to assert boundaries. Maybe the opportunity to start dating again! We can establish exactly what you would like the next decade to look like and we can deploy a solid plan to get you there.
As we enter and begin to face the second half of our lives, we all have the opportunity to face our mortality and this brings up existential issues.
- What have I accomplished in my life?
- What do I have yet to accomplish?
- What might I never accomplish?
- What will I leave behind?
- What kind of person have I been and what kind of person do I want to be?
- Does my life have meaning?
- Maybe it's time to start a meditation practice.
- Perhaps a mid-life crisis appears.
"In the space between stories, we don't know how to navigate. How we once related to the world is no longer sufficient for the challenges we face, whether as individuals or as a species. Eventually, a new story is born to guide us, to provide meaning again, and to give us a narrative structure that tells us who we are, where we are going, what is important, what is right, and how the world works. The new story follows and reinforces a new state of being." (C Eisenstein)
If not Now, When?
Success and applause are pleasantly reassuring, but alas they are often too brief and difficult to maintain. Yesterday you were irreplaceable; today someone else has taken your seat. And after every fantastic faraway holiday, you always have to come back home, where your dream car, or what is left of it, awaits you. (Oldegberts)
Now is the time to tune into your essence, discover your true self, design your perfect future, and confidently change for the better. Get in Touch today and we can discuss my approach and the many ways that I can help you get back on track.