Frustrated and exhausted from running constant circles inside your head? Watching the days, months, and even years sail by, while you're left paralysed in the face of your shift? Natasha shares four tested approaches to get you unstuck and into motion towards finding fulfilling work.
Expert Advice: How To Make The Change
You think you know where you need help when it comes to your career change. But sometimes, the lessons you need are the ones you least expect. Here are three stories from people we've worked with recently and the surprising mindset shifts that helped them get the clarity they were looking for.
Are you desperate to get away from your current career? Willing to do anything to escape? You might be heading toward a reactive shift. With two real-life examples, Natasha explains how to make sure your future isn't dictated by your past.
They're scary. They're exhilarating. And if you're not prepared to deal with them, you might as well stay in your current career. Here, Natasha shares four curveball side effects of shifting careers you probably haven't considered. How many are you ready for?
When you're stuck and uncertain about your shift, all you want is someone to give you the answers. Here, Natasha lays out the steps she's learned from working with hundreds of career changers over the last six years. No gloss, no inspirational buzzwords. How many of these have you done?
Not happy – either with your current work, or with how your career change is going? Natasha explains why the way you understand happiness could be holding you back – and how a new perspective can speed up your shift.
Don't yet feel fully prepared for your shift? Natasha explains why 'ready' can be a dangerous concept, and why you should get started, whatever stage you're at.
You know you're supposed to be networking. But no matter how many people tell you it works, the thought still turns your stomach (especially if you're an introvert). Does it really have to be so awful? Natasha explains why people are at the core of any career change, and how to tap into their knowledge and connections without feeling shifty.
Feel awkward or confused when you talk about your shift? Unsure of who you are anymore, since so much has changed? Natasha explains how a great story can help you find confidence, connections and opportunities as a career changer – and the key principles you need to tell yours brilliantly.
A dog psychologist, a radio host, and a painter.... These people aren’t (technically) qualified to give you guidance on your career change. But they’re also not scared to tell you the truth. If what you’re doing isn’t working, try these five provocative lessons, collated by Natasha, to bring new ideas and energy to your shift.