Do you feel it? It’s one of the most common states to be in when you’re facing a new jump or working to keep one moving forward. It’s easy to look at the many steps before you (or the endless to do list) and not know where to begin. We get it, and we thought we’d help you tackle it head on, starting with a podcast guest who knows a thing or two about getting things done and the relaunch of our online course. One move at a time is all it takes, so start by reading this and email us your favorite tip for overcoming the overwhelm.
Things to know…
Our online Jump Fundamentals course is officially open! Jump Fundamentals combines the three core pillars of the When to Jump mission—connection, education, and inspiration—to carry you through this self-guided, go at your own pace, and at your own time, experience. You'll have all the core material needed to get started on your jump. Sign up today.
Shout outs to...
Leaving something steady behind to pursue a passion can be terrifying. This month we want to say kudos to Ronnie who recently jumped from consistent work as a physician assistant to a new— and less certain—adventure traveling the world. The leap into something shaky brings many emotions but ultimately, many successes. Have you left something steady to go after something spectacular? We’d love to hear it.
On the podcast…
Stever Robbins is the king of productivity. Serving up tips, tricks and hacks for personal productivity, Stever is the familiar voice behind The Get-It-Done Guypodcast. Devoted to helping others live up to their full potential, he shares his productivity tools and systems in order to people work less, do more, and have a great life. Tune in to this week’s podcast.
In the news…
The top 10 workplace struggles employees are facing in 2018 (CNBC). Here are 3 ways to land the job without having the exact required experience (CNBC). Afraid of messing up? Make the jump anyways–why you just need to wing it (Forbes).
The When to Jump team