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You’re thinking about a new career. But how do you know if you really need a change? Are these feelings just normal ups and downs, or are they warning flags you need to pay attention to? Check out our guide to the most important clues you're in the wrong career. How many feel familiar?

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“I genuinely thought I was the only person in the world to have made such a huge mistake with their choice of career.”

Sheridan Hall had sleepwalked into a career she never really wanted. But it was only when she found out she wasn't alone in feeling stuck that she began to believe it was possible to shift. Here's how she combined a cherished childhood memory with a financial opportunity to create work she's finally excited about.

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Mark has spent so much time and energy exploring different career directions that he's reached analysis paralysis. Now, he's struggling to work out what's right for him and is scared of choosing the wrong path. How do you narrow down your options and commit?

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“I was petrified that I might reach retirement and not feel proud of what I was doing.”

What do you do when you lose motivation for a job you previously enjoyed? This is where Catrin Cooper found herself – disconnected, and no longer feeling like she was using her skills in the way she wanted. Here's how she took back the reins and built a new career around her greatest passion.

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When you try to imagine your future career, what can you see? Is there a clear, inspiring image in front of you, or an intimidating blank page? Natasha explains why it's so hard to come up with ideas for your career change, and shares some unconventional lessons from the experts in how to create something from nothing.

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“I've learned to believe more in myself.”

While Gary Kirwan enjoyed his work, it didn't give him the freedom he needed to see the world. So, he taught himself the skills he needed to move his business online. Now, he's happy, location independent and able to impact more people than ever before. Here's his story.

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Sarah’s passionate about finding work that helps others. But her confidence fades every time she hears she doesn’t have the right qualifications or background. How do you find hope when you keep hitting dead ends?

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“I couldn't see any good in what I was doing.”

Fed up with feeling unfulfilled in her desk job, Louise Mansfield decided to explore her interest in working outdoors. An evening class and a few stints of volunteering later, she's discovered a whole new path. Here's how she's taken a step-by-step approach to finding work she loves.

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In a world where the pressure to conform is all-consuming, how do you discover what you want, and then maintain the strength of mind to carve your own path? Natasha shares how to create the mindset shift you need to break the mould and stay on track for a career (and a life) you love.

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“After leaving my corporate role, I couldn't possibly have imagined that I'd now have my own underwear brand.”

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.

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