Monday Muster: From Crisis to Opportunity

Turn Crisis to Opportunity - Jason Redman
Jason Redman’s Monday Muster to start your week off right & crush those goals! This week we talk about how to view crisis as opportunity.What are you talking about Jason!?!Crisis is not an opportunity! Crisis is where we lose our minds! Crisis is where we scream and shout! Crisis is where we focus on the…
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