Five years into a promising law career, Hayley Hobson realized all she was doing was pushing papers from her desk to another lawyer’s desk. She chose law thinking she’d be helping people and be well compensated for it. While she did make good money, most of it went to school loans, so she never felt she was getting ahead financially. And she certainly didn’t seem to be making an impact.

Hayley had always been into health and fitness. Triathlon training was what kept her sane through law school. When she switched gears and gave up law, everyone, including her parents, thought she was crazy. But Hayley knew a career in law would never give her what she wanted. Burnt out working 12-hour days and left with no sense that she was making a difference, she quit and never looked back...