Yeah Yeah I know - a self-congratulatory threade...but, after 10 years with Marriott, and earning my Master's in March, I have accepted a job with the new startup football league. My official title as of today is Football Operations Coordinator. They plan on adding a Director of Finance after the season - based, of course, on vitality of the league - and I would then move into that role with a significant increase in salary. I am, of course, nervous about leaving my comfort zone after 10 years (I am only 29), but I think this will be fantastic move on my part. It is certainly a risk, but it has HUGE payoff potential. After talking to my current RD, and with my track record at Marriott, I always have a job as a property manager if this doesn't work out. So I am excited. BTW, my boss is a certain former NFL all-pro RB who graduated from Auburn. Yeah, my boss is an Auburn guy!