Charlotte’s career looks great from the outside, but she’s just not feeling fulfilled. She’s full of ideas for her next career, but is this just another case of the grass looking greener on the other side? How can you be sure the job’s the problem, not you?
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Jessica’s thrown herself into finding out everything she can about potential new careers. But the information overwhelm is making her feel more lost than ever. How do you make progress on your shift when nothing's getting any clearer?
Pete's mid-shift. He has a vague hunch about what he wants to do next, but no idea how to turn it into reality. With his finances stretched already, he doesn't feel he has the resources to explore his options – or to get professional support. What do you do when the help you need is just out of reach?
It's crunch time for Christi. She's about to make the leap but she's suddenly doubting that she's doing the right thing. When everything's in place, how do you find the courage to jump?
Rich is stuck. He's got plenty of ideas for his new career path, but, with a family and a full-time job to manage, he's struggling to make any progress. When you don't have the time to make more money, and you don't have the money to take more time, how do you get started?
Lucy's confidence has been hit hard. She knows it's time to move on, but, despite everything she's done, she can't see what skills she could use in another role. What do you do when nothing's becoming clearer?
Becki's desperate to move into a new career, but all her ideas are about how she wants to work, not what she wants to do. Her brain's in overdrive but she's still getting nowhere: how can she ever find 'the one'?
Andrea wants to make a change: to a notoriously badly paid, unreliable new career. If she gets it right, it could be a successful, inspiring shift. But if she gets it wrong, she risks losing a lot (and looking like a fool). Could there be a middle way?
Corinne's feeling the effects of a "shallow, meaningless" job: run-down, irritable, and resentful. But following her dreams could cost her family a lot. How can you justify a risky career change when you have responsibilities to take care of?