27: Screw Finding Your Dream Job, It’s Time for Your Dream LIFE — and Purpose!
Do you feel stuck, unfulfilled in your career, and tired of pretending that everything is greeatttt?! -_- Well, this episode was made just for you! Today, Zuri is chatting with ‘Millennial Therapist’ Tess Brigham, a psychotherapist + certified life coach -- about how we can take back control of our lives and design the life we’ve always dreamed of!
Tess is going to breakdown why millennials are suffering from mid-life crisis; if dream jobs are a myth; is it okay to job hop (and what employers really think!); to answering the never-ending question of ‘when is it time to pivot?’; and finally why we need to say adios to passion and bonjour to purpose.
Next, the Group Chat girls (Cleo, Leah, + Star) are getting vulnerable and sharing their POVs on how (or IF) they've even found their passions; the pressure of living up to parental expectations; and open up about the tools they’ve used to overcome career burnout and why setting boundaries is the key to their mental health!
You’re gonna love how real this convo gets (not to mention the tangent about starting an OnlyFans side hustle... oh, and opening an escort service). HOW did they get there? (but also... tell us more??!)
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Tess Brigham's Course:
Find Your Path Course | This course isn’t for everyone. It’s custom-built to unlock the 6 biggest issues young leaders face in today’s world. I’ve designed it with ease to work with your busy schedule, even if you are at the deepest depths of burnout and overwhelm. You need this kind of support right now.
Millennials Are the New Lost Generation - The Atlantic
"The Millennials entered the workforce during the worst downturn since the Great Depression. Saddled with debt, unable to accumulate wealth, and stuck in low-benefit, dead-end jobs, they never gained the financial security that their parents, grandparents, or even older siblings enjoyed."
"They are now entering their peak earning years in the midst of an economic cataclysm more severe than the Great Recession, near guaranteeing that they will be the first generation in modern American history to end up poorer than their parents."
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Dubbed the ‘Millennial Therapist’ by CNBC, Tess Brigham is an expert psychotherapist, certified life coach, and public speaker. Tess specializes in helping millennials discover their unique life path. She offers individuals concrete tools and skills for navigating obstacles in their lives when feeling lost. Tess is a vital resource for those who may be feeling stuck, uninspired, or uncertain about where they are in life.
A sought-after source, Tess has been featured in Oprah Magazine, The New York Times, HuffPost, USA Today, Insider, Yahoo! News, Bustle, NBC, Real Simple, and more. Connect with Tess: @tess_brigham | Twitter | Facebook | Find Your Path Course
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