Aug 20, 2019
When Mike Lewis was twenty-four and working in a prestigious
corporate job, he eagerly wanted to leave and pursue his dream of
becoming a professional squash player. But he had questions: When
is the right time to move from work that is comfortable to a career
you have only dared to dream of? How have other people made such a
jump? What did they feel when making that jump—and afterward?
Mike sought guidance from others who had “jumped,” and the responses he got—from a banker who started a brewery, a publicist who became a Bishop, a garbage collector who became a furniture designer, and on and on—were so clear-eyed and inspiring that Mike wanted to share what he had learned with others who might be helped by those stories. First, though, he started playing squash professionally.
“(Mental health) is of the utmost importance before all else.” -Michael Lewis
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