Laura is at a crossroads and isn’t sure which way to go. She recently left one industry for another, but things aren’t quite working out. How do you know whether to suck it up and stay the course, or take a risk on finding a better fit?
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Seren's itching to move into something new, but feels she doesn't have any specialist know-how outside her current experience. How do you get started on the journey when you don't know what you're aiming for?
Anthony has never really known which direction to take. After years in a job that he fell into rather than chose, he’s both desperate and scared to change. How do you move forward when you’ve no idea where to go?
Mark has spent so much time and energy exploring different career directions that he's reached analysis paralysis. Now, he's struggling to work out what's right for him and is scared of choosing the wrong path. How do you narrow down your options and commit?
Sarah’s passionate about finding work that helps others. But her confidence fades every time she hears she doesn’t have the right qualifications or background. How do you find hope when you keep hitting dead ends?
Josephine has the time and the space to work on her shift. But this luxury has her juggling so many interests that she can't figure out how and where to focus. How do you find clarity when your ideas feel chaotic?
Glenn's ready to move into more meaningful work. He's got a lot to offer, but he's finding it hard to present his shift in a way that makes sense to recruiters. How do you persuade people in a new sector that you're the right person for the job?
Kevin's ready for a change. He knows what skills he wants to use and the sectors he'd like to apply them in, but he hasn't yet had a light-bulb moment about exactly what he'd love to do. How do you pinpoint your new direction when you've only got rough ideas?
Geoffrey's walked away from a role he's been in for most of his working life. He's known for some time where his real vocation lies, but he's not sure how to make it a reality. When you're clear on what you really want to do, how do you get started?
Olivia’s reached boiling point with the bureaucracy of her day job. She knows what she wants to do next – indeed she’s already set it up as a side hustle – but she’s lacking the confidence she needs to 'go pro' with her business. How do you find the faith in yourself to know you can get paid for what you love to do?