Manali has always known she was in the wrong line of work. But when she thinks of exploring her options elsewhere, paralysis sets in. How do you get started on a shift when you can't be sure where your talents lie?
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Beth's work feels stagnant and mundane. But while she's sure it's time for a change, she's also finding it hard to stomach leaving the security of the work she knows. How do you find the motivation to leave the familiar and head out into the unknown?
Maria's demotivated in her job and ready for a change. She's determined to carve out an exit strategy, but is also struggling to create space to explore her options. When time's tight, what's the most efficient way to focus your energy and make an actionable plan?
Rachel's stuck in analysis paralysis. She gets no joy from her job, but she's struggling to work out if making a leap is anything more than a pipe dream. When you're terrified of getting it wrong, how do you figure out which way to go?
Megha has no doubts about her skills, her ambition or the field she wants to move into. But she remains a captive to fear. How do you build your resilience so that you're strong enough to face the unknown?
Tania's job is secure, comfortable, and making her miserable. She's facing a clear choice – the stable route or taking a risk – but the cacophony of opinions she's hearing from others is making her doubt herself. How do you listen to your own voice, when others speak so loud?
Richard is approaching the end of his contract. The sensible option would be to find another job in the same profession, but his heart's telling him to follow his passion project. How do you find the confidence to jump into something new, when conventional wisdom, and your age, says to play it safe?
Rose is torn. Her current role is safe, and lucrative, but it's not helping her grow. Meanwhile, the career she's got her heart set on carries no guarantees of security. How do you know whether you're making the right move, or a big mistake?
Nathan's feeling trapped in a role he fell into. He's creative, enthusiastic and ready to throw himself into a new line of work, but recruiters can't seem to see past the sector he's worked in. How can you make a fresh start, when nobody will give you the opportunity?