When to Jump Update

Since its very beginning, When to Jump has been defined by its community. Sure, it was born of one man leaving a desk job to pursue his passion, but even that snowball wouldn’t have started rolling without the stories and support of so many others.

That’s why events like Monthly Meet-Ups and Jump Clubs have been such an important part of When to Jump. We believe strongly in bringing people together — to share ideas, to offer support, to brew the unexpected. Of course, sometimes meeting face-to-face simply isn’t an option — and that’s where the glory of the Internet continues to work its magic.

We’ve been sharing amazing stories from community members on our Medium page for some time. But as we continue to hear more stories, put on more events, and have more things to share with our community, we’ll be migrating much of that content back to our own blog.

Just this week, we posted about the upcoming Jump Club II taking place in New York, and gave attendees and fans a preview of what to expect at the event. Next week, you’ll hear from some first-time attendees who are super stoked about the gathering. And beyond that, you’ll hear from too many inspiring do-ers to count.

So, keep an eye on the blog tab of When to Jump. It’s your go-to page for stories that go a bit deeper than those on our other social channels. We’re very excited about what’s to come, and more excited to share it with our growing, global community.

Alyssa Oursler

Alyssa Oursler is a freelance writer. You can find her on Twitter: @alyssaoursler.

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