at a crossroads

at a crossroads

At a point when a choice must be made; at a point of change. After earning my degree, I'm at a crossroads. I need to figure out which direction my life should take. As a company, we're at a crossroads. We can continue business as usual, or we can take a risk and try to grow.
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at a (or the) crossroads

at a critical point, when decisions with far-reaching consequences must be made.
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at a ˈcrossroads

at a stage where a decision has to be made: He’s at a crossroads in his career — either he stays in his current job and waits for promotion, or he accepts this new post in Brazil.
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Intangibles at a Crossroads," (March/April 2002) argued that Phase I of the Intangibles Movement -- creating awareness of the vast magnitude and impact of intangibles, and of the serious information deficiencies and the resulting social harms related to these assets -- was largely successful.