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Life is short. How do you know you're living it to its full potential? When do you stay put? And when do you change things up?
When to Jump is dedicated to exploring the fundamental question we all think about: When do you chase your dreams? Hosted by Mike Lewis, who left his comfortable job in finance to become a professional squash player, and featuring inspiring conversations with all sorts of "jumpers"--from entrepreneurs and athletes to artists and side hustlers.

When to Jump Macmillan Publishers

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    • 4.4, 199 Ratings

Life is short. How do you know you're living it to its full potential? When do you stay put? And when do you change things up?
When to Jump is dedicated to exploring the fundamental question we all think about: When do you chase your dreams? Hosted by Mike Lewis, who left his comfortable job in finance to become a professional squash player, and featuring inspiring conversations with all sorts of "jumpers"--from entrepreneurs and athletes to artists and side hustlers.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
199 Ratings

199 Ratings

Bronx161Street ,

The New Format...

Lazy. We want a conversation not a produced single voice.

jconoley writes ,

A great resource

The funny thing about making a jump is once you do it everyone asks you “how did you do it?” I’m so grateful for this podcast because now I have a resource to refer others to after I tell them my own story.

I love how mindset issues & logistics are both covered in the interviews. Mike is an engaging interviewer who gets to the questions his audience is most interested in. Thank you for all your hard work!

ElenaD123 ,

♥️from a jumper who helps women lawyers jump!

I love “went to jump” and recommend it to my clients and anyone who will listen! Mike has such a beautiful and empathetic interviewing style. It’s so not about him, and he elicits the jumper’s stories with beauty and ease.

As someone who has made a few jumps, and now helps women lawyers who feel stuck and unhappy make their own jumps, I know the value of sharing stories. I love the quote I heard Mike say in an episode: “To live an interesting life, be interesting!” YES!

Thank you for doing this. - Elena Deutsch

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