What does it mean to be at a crossroad? You know that crucial point where a major decision affecting the trajectory of your life must be made whether personally, professionally or otherwise?
It helps when we recognize crossroads in our lives so that we can pull resources from within and without in helping us make the best available choice with the options presented before us as we live with victory in mind!
Welcome to this first of a two part series… The truth about Crossroads... You know you sit in the driver's seat right?
[00:00:00] Show trailer: Are you at a crossroad?
[00:00:20] Intro music and voice over narration for the show
[00:00:43] Introduction to the show and goal for the day to start by recognizing what crossroads might actually look like in our lives, to even start trying to figure out a way forward of whatever situation we may be in.
[00:02:03] Are you in a season of reevaluation in your life?
[00:02:48] Or are you at the point of making a choice but each answer to your choices seems all at once correct and then fraught with challenges.
[00:04:21] Or maybe you are already at the next level step but you need clarity for your thought process.
[00:06:04] What about those crossroads you face that are beyond tough?
[00:07:19] Conclusion recognizing crossroads in our lives to pull resources from within and without to help navigate that crossroad (crossroads) successfully.
[00:08:20] Upcoming episode teaser…
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[00:09:29] Outro music and voice over narration for the show
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