I always played it safe and never took risks. I had complete control over my life. The year before I turned twenty-five everything changed. I experienced true love and true heartbreak, career success and failure, and crossed the bridge of fear leaving everything behind to move to another country. How did I avoid a quarter life crisis? By learning to be self-ish. "I choose to not look at this quarter life milestone as a crisis, but to look at it as a solution. To choose not to drown, but to float, and take the time to figure out my next destination. That sink or swim millisecond is the exact moment to acknowledge that we always have a choice to make in our lives. The Quarter Life Solution: Reflect on where you are in your life. Contemplate. Are you happy here? If not, what would you change? Is this job working for you? Is this relationship fulfilling you? Is this life serving you? Think self-ishly. It's okay in these moments to put yourself first. You will find that the only person who can truly make you happy, is you."
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About the Author
Brittany Berger has a natural ability to empower young adults and women in their quarter-life crisis stages. Prior to becoming an author, she worked as a corporate event manager and pursued her passion as a fitness instructor. Her enthusiasm for inspiring individuals has always come naturally to Brittany. Today, her ambition is dedicated to enhancing one's self-reflection by addressing personal truths and embracing authenticity. The events of this book are what has shaped her newfound path.