In this episode, host Jeremy Cline looks back at the top five lessons he has learned from the first ten episodes of the Change Work Life podcast. (more…)
Hannah Cipiela Coaching founder Hannah Ciepiela tells us why she had to take away the safety net and go all in to start her anxiety coaching business. Click below for more.
Adrian Muxlow explains how he moved from a 20 year career in IT to starting a hypnotherapy practice and why age was no barrier to starting afresh. Click below for more.
Cultivated Culture founder Austin Belcak takes us through his process for identifying and acquiring the qualifications and experience needed to land just about any job, regardless of education or career background. Click below for more
"Underpreneur" Sara Sabin tells us about her somewhat bumpy path through the world of entrepreneurship, how and why her dream of creating a tech startup just didn't work out and why she's now on a mission to help people transition to a "happier" stage of life. Click below for more.
Michelle Smith explains how she went from working in television production to train as a Pilates teacher before opening the Pilates Pod, her own Pilates studio. Click below for more.
Life and career coach Ali Temple explains why so many of us experience fear, anxiety and objections when considering a career change and how we go about overcoming those fears. Click below for more
Meet Annie Dehaney-Steven who, at an age when many are contemplating winding down to retirement, has instead decided to start My Learning Curve, an online tutoring service specifically aimed at teaching maths to “maths anxious”. Click below for more.
Career coach Tom Harris answers a question which is probably common to many of us: I know I’m unhappy, and I know I need to make a change to my career, but where do I even start? Click below for more.
Collette Philip Keen describes how she went from working for some of the largest brands on the planet to starting her own brand consultancy to help ambitious businesses build winning brands. Click below for more.