Dean wants nothing more than to find work he loves. He feels like he's tried everything – making lists, talking to recruitment consultants, reading career-change books – but still hasn't got the clarity he's been looking for. Is it time to give up? Or is there something else he could do?
The last thing Chelsea wants is to spend her life wondering "What if?". She's motivated, she's switched on and she's made her decision: it's time for something new. So why isn't she making it happen?
Libbie's ready to leave her industry for something new. But everything she dreams of feels less like a career change and more like 'a total life transplant'. With such big dreams, is there any point even trying? And, on a deeper level, is this so-called obstacle just a convenient disguise for being scared?
Terry's considered hundreds of different career ideas, but none feel inspiring enough to justify leaving his current position. He's concluded that his ideal work must be either the job he's already in, or that it's something he has no idea exists. But if you don't know something exists, how can you find it?
Liam is full of thoughts, ideas and possibilities about his career change; so much so that he's paralysed. He's too drained by his busy brain to explore his options outside work, plus he has a move to a new city on the cards. What can he do to focus and move forwards?
Alex is in a double-bind: bored where she is, yet afraid to leave for something new. Should she quit, let down her family, and risk everything she's worked so hard to get? Or should she stay put, be grateful for the good things she's got, and keep everyone happy (except, it seems, herself)?
Zaira's job takes up all her time and energy. With virtually no idea of what she wants to do next and no time to figure it out, how can she make any progress with her career change?
Kate's been calling in sick and finding excuses to avoid the office for months. She knows she needs a major change, but her skills and experience don't seem to lead her to anything other than what she does now. How can she move into work she loves when she's only qualified for work she hates?
Roxanne's job fits her comfortable, outgoing lifestyle perfectly, but there's a big piece missing: a deeper sense of meaning. What if she finds out she can't have both?