Success Stories from Professional Career Coaches
We’ve worked with thousands of people all over the world to find and create their ideal careers.
Could I have done all of this, everything we learned in track one on my own? Absolutely. Would it have taken me years? Absolutely.
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Stories of Successful Career Changes
Every single one of these people started where you are: Wanting to find their ideal career and do meaningful work that pays well.
Below you’ll find hundreds of the people we’ve worked with all over the world.
All of them from different cities, different industries and even drastically different roles. Click on their individual full stories to learn more.
Don’t let the smiling photos fool you! Every single one of them went through some serious ups and downs to get there! But you know what? All of them said it “was worth it!”
No matter what your situation is, we can absolutely help! It’s what we do (and what we love to do!)
The consultant worried about “making the wrong decision” for the next role
"When I started I was afraid of making the wrong decision! My career was incredibly important to me and I didn't want to screw it up or waste time making a move I wouldn't enjoy! Scott helped me learn what my strengths are and what is most important to me… but more important than that I learned about what I can't stop doing that I have to have in my work to make me happy"
The graphic designer who wanted to contribute so much more
If you're ready to make the change, if you're willing to give yourself the time that you deserve to figure out what's right for you. And, you know, if you're willing to take that time, I think happened to your career and figure out what fits course, be great for a lot of people, if you're feeling stuck, and you don't have to bridge that gap to where you are, and go, you know, I think this is like a great, great course to really break everything down and give you what you need. OR
The PhD who no longer wanted to work in Academia
The transition was so much easier than the last and so much more gratifying because of all that I learned with HTYC
From faking happiness For 8 years To finding a fulfilling career In 7 months
I think one of the reasons the podcast has been so helpful to me is because you talk to people in different roles, and all of a sudden I have exposure to people in different roles. Talking about why they got there and what they like about it.
The engineer who wanted a promotion, salary increase and career change – All in one
I realized early on in that career transition that if I was going to be able to find a job that was rewarding and in an area I liked, even to just pay rent, I would need help because I wasn’t getting the results I needed I know how to get introduced to people and talk to folks. I’ve done this remote job search thing a few times. What made it different for me though is that it’s not just an opportunity to change location but to change position. It could be not just a lateral move from one city to another but it could also be a promotion. I was moving my career and experience to an area where I went from leading projects to potentially leading teams… Sometimes you can stretch yourself and sometimes you need a team to stretch you beyond your best. I think that’s the biggest value from coaching. You have someone in your corner looking out for your best interests. If they are doing their job as good as Lisa did they are pushing you to be the best version of yourself.
Relocated countries with an ideal role and an increase in salary!
Exactly 5 weeks from when I arrived in Canada I got a full time job, negotiated a higher salary and within the next 3 days I got another offer that pays 33% more. I am happy and very thankful to you, for you gave me support when I was looking and offered great tips.
The Tasmanian muncipal worker who went from “unsure” to an offer fit for her strengths and talents
I’ve been offered the job! It was great having the opportunity to speak with you prior to my interview. It enabled me to highlight my strengths as part of the conversation and I was able to be clear about my enthusiasm for opportunities to be proactive versus reactive. I also highlighted my desire to provide positive individual experiences. Our discussion not only assisted me in the interview but it also helped to increase my confidence!
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