The risks and potential successes of uncharted exploration
Tess Vigeland gave a speech about leaping in Portland and inspired dozens of people to make a step and quit their jobs without a plan B. She didn't give them detailed step-by-step instructions or a promise for a better life. Instead, Vigeland shared her doubts and insecurities with the audience, and the magic happened. It finally helped her to accept her story as it was.
This summary is about reevaluating what you're doing, what you love about it, and what you don't. It is also a narrative of the likely fears accompanying “jumping without a net” — migrating between jobs and careers. To acquire the boldness to take those seemingly daunting steps, kindly peruse this piece till the very end.
Leaping is difficult in the world when everyone is expected to have at least a five-year plan. So, take a breath and dive into a page-turner from a woman that had enough courage to make this step and find herself in a better place.