Erin Sturm didn't want to work in a place where she couldn't reach her full potential. So she found a way to build up a side income until it was strong enough to support her full time. Here's how she did it.
Danielle Anderson had spent her whole career climbing towards her dream role. But when she finally got there, she was miserable. Quitting without a plan, she took a few months off to find a new direction. Now, she's built a career that uses her experience to make a positive difference in the world. Here's her story.
Melanie Lawson's life had completely changed. After taking a career break to have children, she realised she'd outgrown the long hours and low pay of her old industry. So, she decided to build her own business instead. And despite some struggles along the way, she's not looking back. Here's how she did it.
David Woods wasn't unhappy in his corporate role ??? he just needed work that gave him room to lead and to grow. So, he took a step into the unknown, joining a start-up with similar values that needed his expertise. Here's his story.
Fed up with stressful hours and fake small talk, Jessica Freeman threw herself into growing her passion side project. She made the leap much sooner than expected, though not without learning a few lessons first. Here, she shares her biggest struggles, and why they've been worth it.
Paula Hutchings had a fun, fast-paced role, worked with great brands, and got to see the world. But none of this could scratch the itch she had to create something of her own and watch it grow. Here, she shares how she made the jump, and why becoming her own boss was the best career move she's made.
It didn't matter what successes Emma Hadley achieved, she still felt like something was missing. So began her journey to find out what she really wanted to do. Slowly, the pieces of the puzzle fell into place, and now she's closer than ever to having her ideal career. Here's her story.
Nick Wintle felt like a tiny cog in a huge machine: overworked and undervalued. Determined to create a career he could feel proud of, he went back to basics, retraining in a field he knows he'll love. Here's how he's making it happen.
Crying on the sofa was not part of Stephanie de Geus's career plan. So, she decided to rewrite her story, making a big double leap with no backup plan. Here, she shares how she weathered the storm that followed, and how she learnt to keep going with her difficult shift.