Mouhssin Ismail was a high-powered lawyer making six figures a year in London when he realized he felt unfulfilled. So he quit his job and became a teacher to help students in his hometown become successful.
"I left a high paying job in the City because I wanted to make a difference to the people I knew and grew up with," Ismail explains. "Those whose potential went unfulfilled because of where they grew up."
And it seems he made a wise choice. During his first year teaching, 190 of his 200 students were accepted to top universities in England - including nine who got offers from Oxford or Cambridge and one who had an offer from MIT here in the U.S.
Source: Sunny Skyz