How To Have a Career You Love Based On Your Interests

Doing a job you love is the career Holy Grail, the promised land, Nirvana. But how do you achieve this, especially if you're not sure what that career or job might be? Alice spoke to ACCA Careers to share advice on how to have a career you love based on your personal interests.


Working Extra Hours? How To Claw Back Your Free Time

No commute, flexible hours... on paper, WFH sounds like the ultimate way to achieve better work-life balance. But in reality, leaving the office has caused many of us to work more unpaid hours than ever before. Here are some tips, including Alice's, to help you claw your precious free time back.


BBC News Live interview on finding work in 2021

Alice was asked to join Simon McCoy on BBC News Live to answer questions from viewers struggling to find work during the Pandemic. She answered questions relating to CVs and interviews, offering advice and tips along the way.


33 Ways To Undo A Decade Of Damage

Alice spoke to Men's Health for an article on undoing the damage of a tumultuous year. You can read the piece in the March print edition (page 97). Alice answered questions on fixing burnout, and identifying if it's your job that's the problem.


Is Oversharing at Work a Big Problem?

Of course, getting to know your colleagues and building true friendships at work means going beyond the usual polite small talk. But is it possible for things to get too personal at work? Alice provided her thoughts for this article in Yahoo! Finance.


How to Work Successfully with a Freelance Friend

While mixing work and pleasure is often framed as a recipe for disaster, for some freelancers it’s key to professional success and one of the greatest advantages of working for yourself. So, how do you make it work? Alice shared her top tips for freelancer magazine, UnderPinned.


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Alice Stapleton

About Alice

Alice coaches those who want to change career but don’t know what they want to do instead. She offers Career Coaching designed to help graduates, early to mid-level career-changers, and parents returning to work gain a clear vision of what career is right for them, and how to achieve it. She is also a qualified Coach Supervisor.