#Survivor Insights 208: Sarah Lacina Wins Game Changers – Lesson Of The Story (E12)

A game changer is a progressive thinker. You have the ability to change the course of the game when you can find the right time to trust someone before you’re lied upon, to betray someone before you’re betrayed and to blindside before you’re blindsided.

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Sarah Lacina, 32, Iowa

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#Survivor Insights 207: Game Changers – Lessons Of The Story (Episode 11)

Anyone can blindside you. Even a middle ground game isn’t a guarantee. It either saves you or backfires at you.

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Andrea Boehlke, 27, New York

There’s no such thing as perfect strategy. It’s still possible to blindside you even if you “found a way to play your game from inside the box that other people have created for you.”

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Michaela Bradshaw, 25, Texas

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#Survivor Insights 206: Game Changers – Lesson Of The Story (E10)

Nothing is certain. You make an alliance. You learn how to trust. Yet, you seem to lost the control of your game when a friend you trust the most betrays you.

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Sierra Dawn Thomas, 29, Utah

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#Survivor Insights 204: Game Changers – Lesson Of The Story (E8)

Anyone can throw you under the bus. It helps to lower expectations and prepare for the unexpected when making an alliance.

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Debbie Wanner, 51, Pennsylvania

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