Joel Balkwill knew there was a better way to prepare his students for life. When his school didn't support his plans, he decided to make them a reality on his own. Here's how he took a leap of faith, with no financial safety net, and discovered that being around the right people can be the perfect springboard to success.
Sarah Alderson knew that there must be more to life than the 9???5 London grind. In an all-or-nothing leap, she set out on a round-the-world adventure with her family. But little did she know that their trip would take her all the way to Hollywood. Here's how a little naivety (and a lot of hard work) went a long, long way...
Gina Rembe had found her calling, but it was being suffocated by the costs and pace of living in London. So, she made a daring double leap and found a new place where she could work, and breathe. Here's her story.
Penny Atkinson loved the freedom of working and travelling. But the novelty of living out of her suitcase was wearing thin. Here's how she put down new career roots that gave her direction (and a wardrobe), without sacrificing her altruistic ideals.
Rebecca Hill's work was stressful, emotional and didn't allow her to think creatively. So, she decided to shift ??? changing functions, but keeping some of the aspects of her former role she enjoyed. Here's how she did it and found her Monday mojo.
Richard Eason had enjoyed his career, but knew he needed to do something different ??? away from the rules and hierarchy that had shaped so much of his working life. Here's how he made the leap, and how he swapped his uniform for, well, less conventional work attire...
How often do you dismiss your inner voice that tells you what you're meant for, and follow the 'acceptable' path instead? Nami Chikhlia was stuck in work that just didn't feel right, until a trip to Japan unlocked her creative side. Here's how she made the leap ??? and how it felt like coming home.
What do you do when you discover the work of your dreams isn't all it's cracked up to be? For Paul Egan, the answer was to experiment with something new. Here's how he learned (via a start-up, a false start and a lot of debt) that you don't have to know where you're going in order to get where you need to be.
Are you too comfortable in your career? Naomi Honey didn't hate her job, but she wasn't fulfilled either. Work was so familiar and easy, she kept ignoring the niggling feeling that she needed more. Here's how she finally steeled herself to make the leap into the unknown, and how the universe conspired to help her along the way.