Whether leaving a business you built from the ground up or leaving a career after decades of hard work and long hours we are here to tell you it's okay. Take the time you need to focus on sleep, family, travel and living your life outside of the 9 to 5. Spending some much needed time away can work wonders for your health and creativity. Don't let the pressure of today's "go go go" mentality keep you from the rest of your life.
Shouts out to…
Richard from Leeds, United Kingdom who decided to leave his 19-year teaching career and purchased a house in Southern Spain with a 3-5 year plan in mind. This year Richard will be spending 10 weeks in Spain testing out his soon-to-be new life before finishing up his last year of teaching and returning to Spain at the end of May 2020 for the jump of a lifetime. We hope Spain treats you well Richard and wish you nothing but a lifetime of adventure. Got a jump to share? We want to hear it! Have something to say? Tell us! We’re here for ya.
On the podcast…
Arianna Huffington became a household name thanks to her groundbreaking internet publication. So it was surprising when she decided to jump from her namesake, the Huffington Post, to focus on, of all things, sleep. In this week's episode, Mike Lewis talks to Huffington about why she left the company she built, and what she's done to combat sexism in the workplace as a board member at Uber. Tune in now for more.
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