Fed up with the waste he saw in his industry, Ian Rowlands cut back his expenses to allow him to move into work that finally felt right for him. Here's how he did it, and why, three years in, he's sure he made the right decision.
Natasha Minto's creativity was being stifled in a role she'd never really chosen. When three years passed in the blink of an eye, she knew something had to change. Here's how she persevered, in the face of rejection and disappointment, to land a new career that she truly enjoys.
Myles Preston had a career itch that needed to be scratched. So, when he came across a structured training programme that provided the opportunity to explore his ideas, he leapt at the chance. It's not been easy on his bank balance, but now he truly loves his work. Here's his story.
Bored with meetings and documents, Marcus Grant was ready to learn something more technical. A training programme offered the smooth transition he needed, but completing it proved to be one of the toughest personal challenges of his career. Here he shares why it's all been worth it.
When the pressure in Vicki Dodge's role suddenly grew, she made a snap decision that it was time to go. Here, she shares how she overcame the challenges of returning to study, and forged a new career in a profession she'd never have predicted working in.
After lots of research and exploration (and a few failed interviews), Alexander Fridriksson found a way to zoom in on his interests, upgrade his skills, and shift without risking his finances. Here's how he did it.
Bryn Williams knew he needed a change. Though he'd identified a potential new path, it didn't make the worry over his finances or work prospects any easier. Here's how he found the support he needed to weather the transition and see his efforts pay off.
Laura Prado found it hard to speak up for herself at work, even though she wasn't stimulated or challenged. But then she found the courage to ask for help. Here's how she discovered the confidence to be herself, and to find work that finally fits.
After years of being unhappy in his work, Dan Brown discovered he didn't need to make a huge shift, or start all over again, to find a role he loved. Here's how he found a way to bring together his interests and experience to create a new career path.