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Recognizing Your Crossover Moments

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This Week’s Episode

Do you feel like your life is one long series of disappointments? Like nothing ever changes or nothing ever works out in your favor? That the light moments are far and few in between but the majority are tough mountains to climb?

Today’s show is about the moments we miss that make a difference – crossover moments!

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What’s In Store For You

  • [05:11] What does the movie “Baby Geniuses” and crossover moments have in common?
  • [05:35] I share a major make-it-or-break-it moment in my business life.
  • [07:28] What is my definition of a Crossover Moment?
  • [08:35] Navigating Crossover Moments Tip #1: Recognize that everyone has these moments.
  • [09:56] Tip #2: Recognize that your speed of exit from this moment won’t be the same as anyone else’s.
  • [10:46] Remember: Your moment can become a template for someone else.
  • [14:05] Tip #3: Celebrate the Crossovers!

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