(and you had a plan to make it happen?)

Do you often wake up and think there must be more to life?

Many people in mid-life  find that they experience a longing to do more meaningful work.

If you have been feeling that would like to change to do work that matters more to you – you are not alone. Feeling stuck about how to change your career is frustrating and can be depressing. If you find yourself thinking “If only I knew what I wanted to do” then you are in the right place.

Unless you want to remain doing unfulfilling work for the next 30 years then it’s time to make a new plan.

I totally understand this place. For a very long time I heard that nagging voice that whispered “surely there must be more to life than this?”

I’m here to tell you that there is a way forward. Imagine this:

  • Doing work that speaks to your heart
  • Feeling excited about your future and sharing your new energy with your friends and family
  • Starting each new day with a clear purpose, knowing you are creating a life in line with your core values
  • Having written an action plan you believe in

You can achieve this.

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I’m Nicola and I struggled for years figuring out how to change my career. Now I help others who long for change. I support their plans to create more sustainable working lives and inspire them to greater accomplishments.

Start today and download my complimentary guide “7 Simple Steps to Get Your Career Change Started”

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This workbook will guide you through 7 steps, with an exercise to complete for each of the steps. Completing it will get you thinking more creatively about what you really want to do, what’s stopping you and how to get started.

Ready to get started? Contact me to set up a complimentary  30-minute “Clarity Call” by phone to talk with me about your current work situation, your goals and what’s been getting in your way. Talking to someone often provides new insight straight away and we’ll explore together whether working with me is a good fit for you.

Warm Welcome,

Nicola