Whether you’re planning for a jump or planning for retirement, setting yourself up financially is arguably going to be your greatest ally. Do you have a financial cushion? Are you working on reaching out to investors? Set aside some time this week to make a financial plan and get the ball rolling on your next jump!
Shouts out to…
Ursulline from Santa Monica who decided to leave her cushiony corporate job to pursue a career as a TV and Entertainment Host. After juggling her passion and a corporate job for 7 years Ursulline found that the mental capacity it takes to manage the lives of busy corporate executives while still giving her dream just as much focus and attention was near impossible. So 10 weeks ago, she quit her job, put her belongings in storage made the jump to follow her true passion. Way to go, Ursulline. You are inspiring more than you know. Got a jump to share? We want to hear it! Have something to say? Tell us! We’re here for ya.
On the podcast…
All sorts of planning goes into making a jump, but financial planning might be one of the most important pieces of the puzzle. This week we’re revisiting episode 42 of the When to Jump Podcast where Jerrid Sebesta talks about his jump from being a TV weatherman to helping people with their finances, and details the most important things you can do financially before making a big change in your career. Tune in now.
In the news…
Retirement is on the horizon. The good news? You’ve still got about 20 years to make it happen and the way to get there is investing. CNBC shares the magic strategy that can save retirement for the 40 somethings (CNBC). The job market is changing and so should your resume. Alistair Cox, the CEO of global recruitment firm Hays, shares the top four things you should keep in mind while reworking your resume (CNBC).
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