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Career Psychologist success stories

Below are a handful of the many hundreds of people we’ve helped to get unstuck and move forward with purpose over the past 10 years.  Many more to be added soon!

  • Lana Novak

    From Art Director to Portfolio Career

    I was working as an Art Director in advertising for over 10 years. I then had my daughter and suddenly my work/career outlook changed completely... edited

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  • Natashia Variava

    from HR to Entrepreneur

    I always admired entrepreneurs but was never brave enough to venture on my own. The classic ‘fear of the unknown’ led to 5 years of not making a decision…

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  • Ronan Carter

    from Consulting to Wellbeing Entrepreneur

    I thrive on challenge and wanted to get involved in something more fulfilling – something I was passionate about [...] I wanted something different but I didn’t know how to take action to get it or have the courage to do it myself...

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  • Rebecca Magnus

    from Business Development to Freelance Copy Writer

    I had just left a difficult job in Business Development for a start up food company. On the face of it, the job was a good fit for me, flexible hours in an industry I love. However, the job was a very poor fit for my lifestyle and personality...

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  • Career Change

    We Are All Paul McCartney

    I recently went to go and see Paul McCartney play live – actually twice – in Winnipeg and London’s O2 arena.  All the old hits were there including Hey Jude, Lady Madonna, Yesterday, All My Loving, Eleanor Rigby, Blackbird, Band on the Run and Let it Be.

    Imagine writing all these songs before you hit 30…

  • Career Change

    Mary Oliver and Career Change

    There comes a time in any career change where analysis stops working.  All the risks have been managed.  Contingency plans have been made.  Worst case finances have been modelled in Excel. A 62-slide Powerpoint deck is available on request.

    It’s at this point where art takes over.  There were several notable examples of this in my career change: Derek Walcott, Al Pacino, Ernest Hemingway, reading the obituaries or even the Honda ad, which taught me that even bald men can sometimes be courageous.