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Welcome to 9 to Alive, a YouTube series I’ve created to help you turn your 9 to 5 job into a 9 to Alive career that makes a positive impact in the world.
Working with clients who are stuck in unfulfilling 9 to 5 jobs, I’ve realised how little people know about the fulfilling opportunities the non-profit sector offers. Being hugely passionate about it myself, I’ve had lots of fun sharing all I know and interviewing career shifters whose stories will undoubtedly inspire you too!
So grab a cup of tea, sit comfy, scroll down… and learn how to turn your 9 to 5 into 9 to Alive!
Let’s get organised! The episodes are divided in main 4 topics:
They’ve created for you, enjoy!
Feeling stuck in your career, and have no idea why? The ‘Ikigai’ concept will help you find the right direction for you.
Following Michelle Obama’s journey, what actions can you take to find a job that ‘feels like destiny’?
Do you ever get that nagging feeling that your job isn’t quite right for you? Learn how to examine what you want from your next career.
Interested in working for a charity or non-profit? Here’s an overview of what working in the sector is really like.
What’s the most common fear that career shifters share when looking to switch roles? Learn how to get it out of your way.
Have you already built your 5-year career plan that will lead you to a 9 to Alive career? Nope? Let’s do it together.
5-year plan: let’s debunk the misconception that career development is just about your skills; it’s-about-who-you-are!
5-year plan: time to focus on the ‘how’. Learn the steps involved in making a plan that enables your growth.
Moving from corporate to the non-profit sector? Let me show you how to get your foot in the door.
Yes, charities are careful about how they spend their money – So do charity employees get paid a full salary?
How to pinpoint transferable skills and match your experience to the role you’re after? Learn how to tackle the fear of the experience gap.
Switching from a corporate career to a job in non-profit? Then working for a social enterprise may just be the logical next step.
How did she go from a job in a law firm to a 9 to Alive career as an Engagement Officer in a charity?
Did you know there’s a course designed to help you understand the complexities of working in the third sector? Learn more!
Let’s examine common assumptions about the charity sector, such as paid roles, career progression and possibilities for career shifters.
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How do you create a killer application that shows you’re the best person for the job? Learn what matter most for non-profits.
How to discover your Unique Value Proposition and convey it in a powerful cover letter?
Learn how to write a stellar summary, and the vital parts you can’t overlook in a charity application.
How could you turn your skills and passions into a force for good, and get paid for that? Learn how Jo Dunsford did it!
How can you turn your passion, your motivation and your previous experience into an inspiring career that do good?
Great at thinking strategically? Familiar with meetings at board level? Then you’re the perfect Charity Trustee! Learn more.
Ever wondered what a charity campaigner does? Let’s explore all the ins-and-outs of the job and what drives campaigners.
What’s it like to work as a Director of Partnerships in a charity that supports young people facing cancer?
What’s it like to work as a Creative Curator in an arts charity for young people? How’d this role would make you feel?
What’s it like to work as a Project Coordinator in an animal welfare charity? How’d this role make you feel?
What’s it like to work as a Trustee in a charity focused on promoting and improving diversity in the third sector? How’d this role make you feel?
What’s it like to work as a Happiness Trainer that runs mental wellbeing workshops for charities and communities? How’d this role make you feel?