If you’ve read my blog post on the quarter-life crisis, you might recall the section where I talk about creating your own “personality portfolio.” Basically, it’s a compilation of notes and self-assessments that I’ve kept in a single document ever since high school.
Updating the portfolio and referring to it over the past few years has helped remind me of what it is I’m all about and given me clarity during times of confusion and low self-esteem.
In December 2017, as I was going through a major quarter-life crisis and flipping through this personal document, the idea for another passion project suddenly came to mind. I thought, if this little guide has given me some semblance of encouragement, maybe it can also help somebody else. So with that thought, I got to work and started drafting an interactive, digital workbook that I’d later call the “Quarter-Life Crisis Workbook.”
I wanted to create a polished version of the “personality portfolio”—in digital format—that would benefit other twenty-somethings and help them work through their quarter-life crises (or really, any identity crisis for that matter).
This is undoubtedly a passion project of mine but one I want to share with those of you who feel lost and confused. Hopefully you find it useful—if not now, then later on when you look back at your responses. For more information, check out the landing page here.