Whatever your next career is, making a shift means building your reputation in a new area. But pitching yourself to potential employers or clients when you're only just getting started can leave you feeling like a fake. So how do you do it gracefully? Natasha shares her guidance on how to make your presence known in a way that's relaxed, human, and effective.
Ever find yourself 'putting off' your career change for later? You're not alone. Here's how Launch Pad graduate Arianna found a hidden career idea in her procrastination, and started getting paid for something she says she'd happily do for free.
Linda's left a stressful and exhausting job. Now she's ready to start something new. The only question is, what? When you've got so many potential paths in front of you, how do you choose the right one?
Constantly procrastinating and undermining your own progress when it comes to your shift? Know you're doing counterproductive things, but can't seem to stop yourself? Meet your inner saboteur. Natasha shares three key facts about this internal troublemaker, and an unusual approach to getting it back under control.
Rob longs to make a shift into work that's creative and useful. There's just one problem: he's invested time and money in a career change before, and it wasn't a success. With no savings, and a family that's depending on you, how do you break free from the fear of making the same mistakes?