Welcome to episode 4 of Ask Mark, where I answer your questions about personal development to help you become the best possible version of yourself.

For over a year of interviewing my guests on the What I Know Now podcast, I want to share with you what I have learned by answering any questions to may have about personal development, networking and building meaningful relationships. The aim of Ask Mark is to help you achieve your goals sooner and stand on the shoulders of giants.

I love hearing from my listeners. If you would like to get involved and have your question feature on the show, I would love to hear it. Leave your question in the comments box or drop me a message on social media in the links below.

Now sit back, plug in those headphones and enjoy because it is time to learn together about personal development, networking, building meaningful relationships and so much more.



Today’s question comes in from a listener named Paul who wanted some advice on changing careers. Sometimes people live the lives of what other people expect of them and don’t necessarily work towards their passion.

From my experience in the recruitment industry, there would be three tips I would offer to help you make a career change. Firstly, you need to have energy and the determination to put in the hard work.

You also must be prepared to learn and work outside your comfort zones. The third tip is to have faith. This will be a new journey, so don’t expect results too quickly. It will take time so make sure this is what you want.

The final piece of advice is try to find someone who already works in what you want to do and talk to them, see how they got to where they are. Success leaves clues.

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