A Sabbatical Will Change Your Life—and Finances
Today, we’re making the personal and professional case for some extended time off. Who needs a sabbatical, and most importantly, how do you take one? We cover the logistics, finances, and psychology behind stepping away from work—along with three interviews: Jen Fisher, the Human Sustainability Leader from Deloitte, Progress Coach Jillian Johnsrud, and Rich Girl Rachael Levine (@trippingmillennial) who took a sabbatical of her own.
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