Nina Ridge was ending each work day feeling stressed and tired. Determined to get the work???life balance she craved, she went back to a career path she'd once turned away from. Here's how she made the leap, and how it felt like coming home.
Richard Freeman's role didn't harness his greatest skills, so he decided to create his own company. Now, he's doing all the bits of the job he used to love, with none of the restraints that drove him crazy. Here's how he made it happen.
"I wanted to feel, at the end of a hard week, like it had all been worthwhile." Rachael Ibbott wasn't unhappy at work, but something was missing. Here's how six months abroad, a social enterprise programme and a new perspective on her finances helped her shift into work that matters.
Tim Robertson felt undervalued and unskilled. Longing to find more buzzy, creative and technical work, he took a big financial risk and retrained. It???s been an eye-opening reinvention with a steep learning curve, but he???s finally found a career path that ticks all his boxes. Here's how he did it.
Angela Ford felt stuck. Being trapped in one office and one town, day in, day out, was not the career future she wanted. After finally mustering the courage to make her big leap, she's now created a bespoke career that she's excited about. Here's how she did it, with all the highs and lows.
"I'd been itching for years to break free... but I lacked the confidence to make the change." A welcome redundancy finally gave Anna Moran the push she needed. Now, after six months of exploration, she's running her own organisation and using the world as her office. Here's her story.
Audrey Allan nearly moved to the other side of the world to escape her career. But when her sideline business started to take off, she realised she could find fulfilment and a family life much closer to home. Here's her story.
"I just couldn't picture myself wanting to be any of my bosses." David Puttergill longed to join a company that stood for something. Now, with the help of a social enterprise programme, he's done just that. Here's his story.
When Hannah Young's home-decorating challenge became a fun business idea, she decided to see where it could lead. It wasn't long before her new side-project took off, so she shifted her lifestyle to accommodate a little bit of everything she loves. Here's how she did it.