Mar
4
7:00 PM19:00

Atlanta: A Capella Books at Manuel's Tavern

Join me in conversation with Agatha Achindu who saw a business opportunity that would help other mothers after her first son was born. Agatha left her job in IT at a Fortune 500 company and took the leap to start Yummy Spoonfuls. Agatha will talk about the reality of taking the leap as a mom, the financial reality, and how she went from cooking in her kitchen to having Walmart as her biggest client. An inspiring night for anyone who dreams of taking the leap into a new career.

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Mar
18
7:00 PM19:00

Salt Lake City King's English: In Conversation With Stacy Bare

Join us for a discussion about the book Take the Leap. I will be in discussion with Stacy Bare former Iraq war veteran who found healing from PTSD and substance abuse partly through the outdoors. Stacy has made getting other veterans and those suffering into outdoor activities the cornerstone of his work at the Sierra Club and his current ventures. Stacy will talk about taking a leap and changing his life and devoting his life to helping others change too. We will talk about how careers can be vehicles for larger transformation, the power of change, and how to do it.

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New York: Panel Discussion 92nd Street Y
Jan
22
7:00 PM19:00

New York: Panel Discussion 92nd Street Y

Take the Leap: Change Your Career, Change Your Life

Author Sara Bliss, a journalist who pivoted careers herself, talks with four women featured in her new book Take the Leap—make-up guru Bobbi Brown, designer Suysel dePedro Cunningham, chef Angie Mar, and media personality Oneika Raymond—on how they took charge of their dreams and made them a reality—and how you can too.

GET TICKETS HERE: https://www.92y.org/event/take-the-leap.aspx

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Chicago: Book Cellar Event. In Conversation with Ge Wang
Jan
17
7:00 PM19:00

Chicago: Book Cellar Event. In Conversation with Ge Wang

Talking about my new book Take the Leap and the lessons learned from 63 people who made radical life and career changes. In conversation with Ge Wang who went from lawyer to Founder of ESQ clothing, outfitting some of Chicago’s biggest names in entertainment, sports, and business. Ge shares his reasons for making a major career pivot (which he never expected), the hurdles he overcame, and advice he has for anyone wanting to make a big career leap. See you at the Book Cellar Chicago.

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