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Your Trajectory Code: How to Change Your Decisions, Actions, and Directions, to Become Part of the Top 1% High Achievers by Jeffrey Magee

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Chapter 11The Cracks in the LineRelationships Can Make or Break Your Trajectories

Your ultimate trajectory acceleration and ability to attain Point C destinations will always depend upon your ability to craft meaningful interactions or relationships with others. Failing to do so can derail your trajectory or, even worse, lead to dominant negative inner dialogues in your head. Moreover, this feeds destructive FIST Factors, decaying IP Statements, and a shallow depth of PCI factors. Relationships must be built upon substance for their value to grow.

Situational relationships may serve an immediate need and trajectory, but they will not hold firm and sustain intermediate and long-term needs. Crises may arise that will bring together people who would not otherwise have been likely to intersect pathways. But unless someone leverages this chance trajectory interaction to forge deeper connections, these too will be fleeting at best. Once lost, relationships are hard to ever be regained and constructively utilized. However, healthy relationships can be sustained over time, even if the participants are not connected throughout the entire period of time.

Your TC will influence the relationships you have, how you value each, and the trajectories you take within each. Your IP Statement will also determine who you're open to meeting and forging relationships with, as well as those you may never notice because you do not make yourself available.

It's also necessary to self-reflect and run ...

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