Introducing: the Stripped Back guides
Stay tuned for the next 10 weeks as we interview inspiring individuals who love what they do and we won't be holding back
The Stripped Back guides have been designed to provide open, honest and encouraging information. It's a chance for you to understand the real ups and downs those being featured have experienced in their journeys to date. The aim is to demystify entry points to certain industries, as well as outline tangible advice for those looking to get into a new area of work.
Who knew Sunday evenings could feel so good?
Each new guide will be released here, as well as promoted via our Instagram and LinkedIn. If you're yet to connect with us there then please do - we look forward to hearing your thoughts on the series. To combat any Sunday blues, we'll be putting one live on the last day of every week.
The format is revealing
We'll get stuck right into how the experts have found themselves loving what they do. Whilst every guide will cover the below, we'll also make sure the truth behind the industries featured is brought to light. This is the place to come to get all the inside scoop on what it's like to work in a particular field.
This is who you'll hear from
Now, you may be wondering who's lined up so far. We have got some fascinating people contributing, from The Diary of a CEO's Head of Content, Grace Andrews, to Financial Educator and writer for Glamour, Stylist and Refinery29, Ellie Austin-Williams. There are also Start-Up Founders in the Food Innovation world writing guides, Disability and Inclusion Champions, Media Organisation Leaders, Mental Health Specialists and more.
We can't wait for you to get to know each of these experts, unfiltered, and learn from their experiences as if you know them personally.
The first guide is coming out on Sunday the 22nd of January so stay tuned and get stuck into series 01 and series 02 of the Favourite Positions podcast here on Spotify (or by searching for 'Favourite Positions' on any other streaming platform).
Life is too short not to love what you do.