Constantly busy, mortgage to pay and not feeling like you're getting the most out of life? Career-shifter and coach Rosie Walford shows how you can re-shape your relationship between time, money and happiness.
When the new skills you need to change career don't come smoothly, it's easy to feel like a failure or want to give up. Gwen Knowles draws on a mixture of psychology and neuroscience to show you how to overcome the discomfort.
Surrounded by people with whom you have little or nothing in common? Itching to work with people who you really connect with? Sonia Lakshman shows you how to match your skills with your people to create a great career.
Are you a Goalfinder or a Pathfinder? Richard shows you how to identify which type of career-shifter you are and, once you've done so, the specific steps to take (and not take) to get unstuck.
Is the idea of networking intimidating? Natasha shares her simple approach to take the pressure off connecting with inspiring people and make them want to help you, no matter what stage of your shift you're at.
We all like a bit of fun. But is it possible to have fun with your career change? Selina Barker explains why fun isn't just possible, it's vital if you want to find and start doing work you love.
Career-shifting can feel like being overwhelmed by a barrage of choices when all you want is a black coffee. If you’re the kind of person who likes to keep their options open, how can you move forward? Andrea Perry explains.
A single off-the-shelf ‘job’ might not be the answer. If you love a lot of things, you like variety and don’t want to be trapped in a boring career, then creating a bespoke career opens up new possibilities. Marianne Cantwell explains how.
An estimated 70% of jobs are not advertised. That’s a lot of hidden roles you might be missing out on. Phil Bolton explains how to hunt them down.