A recent life change that Cristie deems one of the toughest in her career sparks this week’s conversation. Cristie and DeAnna sit down in person for the first time in a while to discuss how they navigate big decisions, the impact it has on themselves, their family, and friends, and how to react to someone else’s decision that could affect you.
Cristie shares her emotional and mental process that helped guide her decision to leave her decade-long career and focus on her new position, Executive Regional Manager for Security National Mortgage. She talks about how she quieted the external noise and ultimately followed her intuition, making a decision that suits her best.
- [02:15] Cristie’s recent life change she deems one of the toughest decisions in her career
- [06:00] How to support someone making a big life decision when it affects you
- [12:34] What it means when someone you know or love has a negative reaction to your decision
- [17:04] The lesson Cristie learned in choosing to make her career change
- [20:45] Cristie’s top 3 takeaways from facing a big life decision
- [23:33] DeAnna’s process on how she approaches tough decisions
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