Here is the entire Robert Frost poem written in 1920. This poem is a good reminder that individuals going through a quarterlife crisis are consciously choosing to go down the less traveled path. In my experience, it has also made a significant difference in my life and therefore has led me to my calling in [...]
In the movie adaption of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s story, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, was a quote that I found to be very supportive of those who are going through a quarterlife crisis. The main character leaves us with this message: “For what it’s worth: it’s never too late or, in my case, too [...]
I recently was interviewed by Mark Joyella, a reporter from The Coaching Commons. He asked me about the quarterlife crisis and how I approached working with clients going through it. To read and hear the interview CLICK HERE.
Death of a Salesman resonated very powerful quarterlife crisis themes of parental pressure, dishonesty, family secrets, and the daily grind.