Lucy's had enough of work that doesn't challenge or stimulate her. But her career so far has made her a jack of all trades (and master of none). How can you get a foot in the door of work you love when your prior experience won't even get you an interview?
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Lauren's doing less and less of what she enjoys at work. It's time for a shift, but a big leap feels too daring. When you don't have the confidence to cut ties completely, is a mix of options a realistic solution?
Emma's stuck in a role that's stifling and overwhelming. She knows she wants a change, but without a clear alternative she can't let go of the security of her current career. How do you manage the uncertainty of trying something new?
Denise is just getting her confidence back after being made redundant. She's made small steps towards setting up her own business, but she's doubting her ability to follow it through. How do you find the strength to keep going when your inner critic speaks so loud?
Melissa is bored out of her mind at work. She needs a new challenge but she's struggling to find the headspace or inspiration to consider her options. Where do you begin when time is short and everything feels so vague?
Kim's work identity is split down the middle: a secure day job that she's dying to escape, and a low-paying career that she loves. When you can't seem to achieve exactly what you want, how do you find a balance between passion and practicality?
Luke's always known his job wasn't the best fit. So, he's starting to connect with people who are working in the roles and companies he loves. But getting them to see beyond his CV is a struggle. How do you show potential employers that your skills and experience translate into a new field?
Neel has finally escaped the career he never meant to end up in. But now he's faced with a choice. Given his new-found freedom, should he gamble on chasing his big passion or take the secure option? How do you decide?
Karolina finally knows where she wants to shift to in her career. But while she's clear about the 'what', she's not so sure about the 'how'. What do you do when you can see your destination, but there's no clear path to get there?