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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.

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    • 4.2 • 257 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.

    Introducing Inc. Founders Project with Alexa von Tobel

    Introducing Inc. Founders Project with Alexa von Tobel

    If you enjoy When to Jump, you'll love this new podcast from Inc. called the Founders Project with Alexa von Tobel. You'll hear from top technology entrepreneurs who'll give you the knowledge, tools, and inspiration needed to build a company that thrives. Listen to this episode with Susan Tynan, founder of Framebridge, on how she went from working in government to tech. Subscribe to Inc. Founders Project wherever you listen to podcasts. 

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    • 33 min
    Not making it happen isn't an option (feat. Raegan Moya-Jones)

    Not making it happen isn't an option (feat. Raegan Moya-Jones)

    Raegan Moya-Jones was a successful saleswoman when she started her company. Between her kids and full time job, Raegan grew the company into a million dollar business. And that's when she finally made the jump. Today, she tells us her story.

    You can find more about Raegan at her website, www.raeganmoyajones.com

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    • 39 min
    Leaning in to your existing strengths (feat. Mark Manson)

    Leaning in to your existing strengths (feat. Mark Manson)

    Mark Manson went from aspiring musician to bestselling author. His journey helped him realize that following what feels easy and enjoyable can lead to a big payoff. This week, he talks to Mike about that journey.

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    • 36 min
    The importance of showing up (feat. Ruth Zukerman)

    The importance of showing up (feat. Ruth Zukerman)

    Ruth Zukerman has made many jumps in her life: from dancer to wife, from wife to Soul Cycle founder, from Soul Cycle founder to Fly Wheel founder. For Ruth, what been consistent is that when things get tough, she always shows up and does what needs to be done. Hear her story this week on When to Jump.

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    • 34 min
    The glass-shattering moment (feat. Robin Finney)

    The glass-shattering moment (feat. Robin Finney)

    Robin Finney quit her job of 11 years to travel the world. How'd she go from office job to around-the-world jetsetter? Take a listen to this special feature episode.

    You can Robin's website here: wanderingaunt.com

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    • 17 min
    The unsexy side of taking a jump (feat. Stever Robbins a.k.a. Get-It-Done Guy)

    The unsexy side of taking a jump (feat. Stever Robbins a.k.a. Get-It-Done Guy)

    This week, we have another guest episode with Stever Robbins, the Get-It-Done Guy. Mike was on Stever's podcast a few years ago and today we're airing that episode here. Hope you enjoy!

    You can find out more about Get-It-Done Guy here: www.quickanddirtytips.com/get-it-done-guy

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    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
257 Ratings

257 Ratings

Kimgjolly ,

Great podcast, and referral to other great podcasts

I’ve been listening for a month on the way to work, and have heard some inspiring stories and great advice. Also, this podcast led me to several other resources that are helpful as well (Gretchen Rubin, Julie Morgenstern, Julie Finn) and hopefully one day I will get my jump together. Until then, I am glad to hear positive stories from the world!

blossoms ,

Great concept

I have only listened to one episode, but the concept is tremendous. Very few people succeeds by staying in one job or doing one thing, so jump must be necessary to the success of many. But giving up what one already have, which is the other side to jump, is difficult. That’s why this show could be a good idea. Looking at how other people have done it. Thanks

blue234154 ,

Not as good

Just listen to How I Built This. A much better version of a podcast like this

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