Women in India face a mid-life crisis earlier than usual due to the immense pressure they face to conform to society’s expectations. They are expected to be perfect wives, mothers, and homemakers while also juggling their careers. This often leads to feelings of inadequacy and dissatisfaction with their lives. Many women end up sacrificing their own needs and desires in order to meet these unrealistic standards. As a result, they can experience a mid-life crisis at a much younger age than women in other parts of the world.
It is that time of the year when parents and students all over India are praying hard for favorable results in 10th/12th or graduation level. It is also a time for them to pause, take a step back and relook at the career direction they are planning to take. DiaryOfAnInsaneWriter got an opportunity to speak to International Career Counsellor, Speaker, Leadership & Management Strategist, Poet, Isaac Rudolf Monyela from Johannesburg, Gauteng in South Africa. In this exclusive interview, Mr. Monyela gives out some vital tips for career planning.
Every crossroad is actually a transition that is a harbinger of better days. At some point in life, one introspects and wonders what the future holds.