We're always told it's important to have long-term goals. But what if the worst thing you could be doing is thinking about them? Natasha shares her 'three-steps' rule to making a career change without burning out.
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.
Feeling stuck and frustrated trying to come up with career ideas? You could be wasting your time. Natasha explains why your 'career' is a cramped starting point when looking for work you love – and shares three illuminating angles to try instead.
If you're getting nowhere with your shift, there's a good chance you've got yourself into a 'monkey trap'. Natasha explains what on earth a monkey trap is, how to tell if you're in one, and how to get unstuck.
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 four years. No gloss, no inspirational buzzwords. How many of these have you done?
Career change: it feels ominous and riddled with risk. There are so many important factors to consider. But is making your shift too 'serious' actually what's sabotaging you? Natasha shares an alternative approach to get you moving faster towards work you love.
Spending day after day in the wrong job hurts. And once you've realised you need a change, all you want to do is make it happen, now. But can trying to change something actually be counterproductive? Natasha shares four concepts that can take you out of panic mode and move you further, faster.
You ache for it: that beautiful 'click' of finding your fit. The work you can dedicate your life to, safe in the knowledge you've found your place in the world. But does it really exist? Natasha explains the fallacy of the 'forever career', and the mindset shift that can break you out of the paralysis it induces.
Aristotle, Buddha, the Stoics… the greatest minds in history struggled with the idea of fulfilment. And now, somehow, you're supposed to find it. Where is it? What does it look like? How will you know you have it? Natasha shares four strategies (and four special stories) for creating fulfilment in your life right now – and in your future career.