Ep.217 | 5 Minute Drill | Set Yourself Up to Succeed In Your Roles

From my own journey and from walking alongside some of the top athletes and executives in the world, I’m convinced…

When you pursue mastery of your transitions from moment to moment, role to role, and season to season, you come up clutch more often in life. I’m talking about ALL of life – your family, business, sport, etc. And the more you come up clutch, the more success you have. …the more success you have, the better positioned you are to live a life of significance.

In today’s 5 Minute Drill, I share a strategy that will help you transition like a champion so YOU can come up clutch more often.

If you want to be better positioned to live a life of significance, then make sure to lock in to today’s Drill.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • The importance of understanding and assigning value to each role you play in life and how to transition between them successfully.
  • The three categories of transitions.
  • The need for self-awareness and clarity on what roles you’re transitioning to and from and the times of day you’re playing them.
  • The four-step exercise to help you identify your roles and responsibilities in those roles and map out when to play them.


“If you want to maximize your success and significance, you must master your transitions.” – J.R.


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