Depending on who you ask, the Generation X group, those individuals born somewhere between 1961 and 1984, are the lost generation. We hear a lot about the Boomers, anyone born before 1960, and the Millennials, anyone born after 1984, but that group of hardworking, stay-to-themselves, entrepreneurs born in-between is not mentioned much.
So what’s a Generation X person to do? Likely they will remain focused on the task at hand and not worry too much about it. Even though it was the Gen Xers who set the stage for the Millennials to walk on.
From politics to cell phones, the Gen X generation pretty much laid down the political, social, creative, intellectual ground all of the Millennials and the kids after them will walk on.
So, who is helping Gen X get past obstacles, transitions, and pitfalls? And who is looking out for them as they face retirement, divorce, career changes, and triumphs? Who is providing Gen-X transition coaching?
I will take that job!
I focus on providing coaching for Gen-Xers over 40 going through a transition. For a man or a women over 40, it could be a career change, a life change, a home change, or an identity crisis. We all go through it as we age and we begin to wonder if we have made the right decisions.
Gen-X Transition Coaching vs. Confidant
A confidant may be a good listener, but they may also tell you what you want to hear. That’s fine and good for a while. Then you realize that your friend is not really helping.
A coach will hold you accountable, ask deep questions, and maybe rile you up a bit. You want to take a deep look at where you are going. A coach can be that person.
Let’s begin! Contact me below to discuss creating a transition coaching program that works for you.