The Millennial term and generation captures those who were born during the years of 1982 and 1995, so those who range in ages from 20-35 years young. These young professionals have different values from previous generations, including preferring sharing economy and basing their opinions regarding a product or service on the experience it facilitates.
This age group often struggles with finding their purpose, having the courage to change careers, leaving the job they feel stuck in order to find a more fulfilling job, finding a real relationship when faced with the fear that there's always someone "better", and allowing themselves to take the risks.
Sometimes we know exactly where we want to get but don’t have any idea as to how to get there. Millennials face many difficulties for their generation; however, there are ways to offset these difficulties by creating a vision, developing attainable goals, learning skills in communicating, identifying relationship barriers and goals, and facilitating thriving and healthy relationships both personally and professionally.
A coach can help you do the following:
create a plan to facilitate change in your personal or professional life
work together with you on identifying barriers to change and deciding where to start in the change process
assist you in finding your own solutions
build energy surrounding your goals
generate positive emotions that will create and maintain your energy
develop a growth mindset
develop a plan to achieve your professional goals
Improve assertive communication
develop healthy and thriving relationships
Life happens to everyone. The things we think will never happen to us, do. The person you thought would stay with you forever, didn't.
For young professionals, anxiety and depression are at an all-time high. Anxiety is the most commonly diagnosed mental health condition among this generation. Struggling with any issues that are impacting the functioning in your daily life can be a great reason to start counseling. Counseling can help with any of the following and more:
Decreasing anxiety or depression
Working through past trauma
Difficulty in relationships
Struggling with learning effective ways to communicate