Life in your twenties can sometimes seem like a chaotic mess.
You’re just out of school and trying to make sense of adulthood. Meanwhile, you feel pressure to start living that big life that you always assumed would start the moment you left home.
So many critical things happen between the ages of 20 and 30 that psychologists like Dr. Meg Jay have called it “The Defining Decade.” But often you find yourself—especially as a millennial—forced to re-evaluate your hopes and dreams…as life doesn’t immediately play out like you thought.
Fortunately, there are some great resources out there for millennials looking to find inspiration and hope during this challenging time.
In this video interview, I talk with Paul about his new book, All Groan Up: Searching for Self, Faith, and a Freaking Job!
Paul shares his insights on critical topics like:
- Why your twenties are so challenging, especially for millennials
- Why the “quarter-life crisis” is a real thing
- The role that expectations play in successfully navigating your twenties and beyond
- How to be practical but still pursue big dreams
- The dangers of the “New OCD”—Obsessive Comparison Disorder
- The common pitfall of waiting for your “mountain-top moment” before fully living
Once you’ve watched the video, let me know what you think! Please leave a comment below.
Also, if you’re interested in grabbing Paul’s new book, All Groan Up, you can buy it here.
Note: some of the links above are Amazon affiliate links, but I would recommend Paul’s books regardless.