My unconventional career path took me to five major national and international cities. I stayed at jobs for as long as 18 months and as short as 1 month. I sold all of my belongings and moved cross-country because my intuition told me to. I worked with over fifteen different startups in one year of living in New York City. I started a blog to document my journey—both the leanings and the mistakes. I started a website to document the stories of people boldly pursuing their life’s work. I messed up two startups. I accidentally turned insomnia into a global movement. I met with tarot card readers, talked strategy with multi-million dollar entrepreneurs, and helped a best-selling author launch a publishing company, all to see if I could answer the question I’d been wondering since I was five: what do I want to do when I grow up?