Escape the nine to five: how to design your career
So you're looking to leave your nine to five job right? You want to do something else, but you're probably afraid what if it doesn't work out? What if I quit my job, and the thing I fall into fails. Or worse. I'm even more unhappy there. What happens? My name is Steve Oehley. I'm somebody on my own journey to escape the nine to five. I'm here because I know that there are other people just like me who are also stuck in the trap of a nine to five job they don't enjoy. Join the community: In this show, you'll hear from both people who've taken the leap, as well as trained professionals who can share their experience with you. We get career advice from a banker turned videographer, a woman who turned down a corporate job for a life working with horses, a guy who quit finance to start a podcast, and many more... I want it to create a podcast that not only inspires you to make a change out of the nine to five job, but also provides a realistic framework to actually achieve change. We all love hearing about the girl who spends two hours a week blogging and the rest of your time traveling or the guy who started Instagram out of his garage. Those stories are great, but they're not realistic for the vast majority of us. You'll hear stories to motivate you on your own career change, knowing that these people have once been in a similar situation to you. And you'll always get three tips from our guests to help you escape the nine to five. You might be thinking these stories are great, but how is this going to help me make a career change? Alongside our guests, I'll be providing an episode by episode guide to helping you escape the nine to five. This is a comprehensive framework based on years of work by people smarter than me. At the end of each episode, you'll be given a challenge to help you on an achievable journey out of a nine to five. The show is designed to give you inspiration to escape the nine to five, but it is just a starting point. It's scary. You've done training and reached a stage in your career where you're getting paid comfortably. You're probably at least in your late twenties, maybe with financial commitments, like a mortgage and or kids, it will be hard. So having a group of people to support you or make the journey easier. I encourage you to join our Facebook group: Escape the nine to five PODCAST. There you'll join a community of people making their own transition out of the nine to five job Categories: career advice, career development, self improvement, life crisis.
Escape the nine to five: how to design your career
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