Lily Chong was ready to do something new in her career, but she didn't know what that could be. So she gave herself three months of downtime to explore her interests and learn what she loved. Here's how she got comfortable with 'not knowing' to create work that fits.
Rosamund Heathcote enjoyed her job, but she also knew that her dreams lay elsewhere. So, she built her own business, nurturing it alongside full-time work, until she was ready to make her leap. This is her story.
Dmitri Grabov had a challenging role that he enjoyed, but he also wanted to see what he could build for himself. So, he took an idea that initially seemed crazy and made it into a reality. This is his story.
Georgie Nightingall was going through the motions in her old career. She knew she had more to offer. So, when an idea she'd tested started growing legs, she decided to go for it. Here's how she navigated imposter syndrome and financial risk to create a business she believes in.
Lavinia Davolio couldn't see herself in her career long term, but it wasn’t until the financial crisis hit that she decided to do something different. Here’s how she's launched her own business combining her trading floor savvy with her love of cooking.
Kresse Wesling enjoyed parts of her job, but her heart just wasn't in the work. Here's how she spent two years experimenting with alternative careers before co-founding an award-winning social enterprise.
Louise Goulden had a well-respected job, but she wanted to find work she could feel proud of. Here's how she's learning to tame her 4 a.m. worries, manage her finances on a salary drop, and keep moving forward for a cause – and a career – she believes in.
Rowena Phillips loved her consultancy career, but the time off she had wasn't enough to satisfy her itchy feet. Here's how she overcame her natural risk-aversion to create a fulfilling ski business – and time for the slopes she loves.
Between Louisa Barnett's day job and her side project, it was clear which one she was most called to do. But knowing what you want and knowing how to get there are two very different things. Here's how she shifted her career into the social impact space – and made her finances work to do so.