Alice is a hard worker who's never had trouble making things happen. But when it comes to the next stage of her shift, she's feeling stuck. When you're faced with several paths, each with their own risks, how do you decide where to go?
Simon doesn't know where to start with his career change – and the different advice he's received is only making him more confused. When there's no clear path to follow, how can you ever feel confident you're on the right track?
Andi has a solid career history in an industry she knows inside out. So solid, in fact, that she can't imagine being able to move anywhere else. When you've put down deep roots in one area, how is it possible to make a shift?
Renée's ready for change, but she's also stuck. When you've got no time to try things out, and no margin for error, how can you be sure that your leap won't just be a huge waste of time and money?
Marie is exhausted. With a career that's emotionally and physically draining, she's had to 'switch off' to survive. When you're run down and tired, and apathy's the only thing keeping your head above water, how do you find the motivation to go after a shift?
Sara thought she'd found her ideal career, but the glow faded fast; she's bored, frustrated, and fed up. Now, she's swinging from idea to idea, trying to make sure her next choice is the right one. How can you be sure of something before you make the leap?
Vanessa's not short of ideas on what she'd love to do; she's been nurturing her passions alongside her day job for some time. But loving something and making a living from it are two different things. Can you turn a hobby into a viable career, or is doing what you love best kept for evenings and weekends?
Sarah's torn between two loves: what she loves to do, and how she loves to live. No matter how much she tries, they just don't go together. What do you do when your passions take you in very different directions?
Natalia knows what else she wants to do. However, with a mortgage and the stability of her family to think about, she can't afford to make a wrong move. When you don't know if your idea is viable, how can you be sure that your big dream isn't just a pipe dream?