Avoiding a Mid-Life Crisis
Coach & Facilitator
Aristotle reminds us that “We are what we repeatedly do.” If what we do every day is work so hard that we lose sight of the present, then we enter what Carl Jung called enantiodromia: a.k.a. a mid-life crisis. That’s when one day, says Jung, after many years of working so hard that keeping busy becomes a habit, we lift our heads up from work and wonder where the years have gone.