Marie is exhausted. With a career that's emotionally and physically draining, she's had to 'switch off' to survive. When you're run down and tired, and apathy's the only thing keeping your head above water, how do you find the motivation to go after a shift?
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Alec is fed up of feeling like he's chained to a desk for eight hours a day. He knows the lifestyle he wants, but he can't get clear on a career idea that will allow him to have it. When you know the 'how', but not the 'what', how do you make any progress?
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?