Financial stability, the dream job title, the big office. Do these sound familiar? Maybe they are the boxes you’ve been working towards checking off your whole life. Maybe now that you’ve checked them off you still find yourself wanting more. If so, maybe it’s time to make a change.
Shout out to…
Shout out to Jackie Corwin in California who left her 30+ year career in banking in 2016 to share the benefits of meditation with fellow Californians. It all started with a quiet nook in her San Francisco office building and a handful of food trucks parked below. Launched in February of 2018, Jackie’s mediation studio on wheels, PauseNow, brings peace to companies, hospitals, schools, conventions, health fairs, and festivals. Have you made a jump that benefits not only the health and well-being of yourself, but others as well? We want to hear it.
Another special shout out this week to our friend and recent podcast guest, Casey Gibson. Casey’s song piece “A Shortness of Breath,” from his solo album is up for the first-round balloting for the Grammy’s this year! The academy will vote on their first round of ballots and the top voted will become the nominees for this year’s Grammy Awards. Congratulations Casey, we wish you the best of luck.
On the podcast...
Julie Finn is a serial jumper whose most recent leap was the most challenging, yet most fulfilling. Julie held many admirable roles in the corporate world before jumping to a career where she could truly make a difference. Today, she lives her passion and inspires and empowers other female entrepreneurs seeking personal and financial freedom. Tune in to this week’s podcast.
In the news…
Mike Lewis speaks to what do when your dream job doesn’t turn out to be what you thought (CNN). 5 tips from Mike Lewis for people who have made a career jump (Ladders). This 26-year-old quit her job to do what she loves and the outcome is incredible (CNBC).
The When to Jump Team
Got a jump to share? We want to hear it! Have something to say? Tell us! We’re here for ya.