After working together for 10 years in a recruitment agency, Debbie Hockham and Julian Smith decided to follow their passions for people and charities, and start bringing people together in a meaningful way. Here's how they did it.
While working as a Regeneration Consultant, Sue Sheppard helped to write the eulogy for her best friend's mother. The process inspired her to follow her instincts and retrain as a Civil Celebrant, a job she says couldn't be more rewarding. So how did she do it?
Natalie Boxall was working as a journalist for the BBC when she was assigned to a feature on a very different kind of work... Intrigued by what she learned, she decided to explore it as a career option and she's now completing her midwifery training. This is her story.
Who would have thought that a Prison Psychologist would end up as an Interior Designer? Jess Coleman certainly didn't – until she reached the end of her tether and started looking for a new career. Here, she shares her story.
Francesca Geens worked for an Arts grant-giving charity, until the organisation restructured and she was forced to think about her other options. Now she runs her own technology consultancy, and has never felt so satisfied at work. Read on to discover how she did it.
Marcelle Fletcher worked for many years in a variety of rewarding roles in the public sector, but wanted to draw on her skills and experience by helping people to reach their potential. She suggests we always have options, so long as we can embrace change and let go of our fears. Read her story here.
Kimberley Pledger was a commercial manager in interactive media. Despite doing well, she needed more – to do something that made a real difference to people’s lives. Here she tells her inspiring story.