Have you been guilty of this? Because I have.
I have been behind my but when I know I need to be in front of my but.
I have said I want to do something, but I just can’t.
Did you see it?
I am behind my but when I need to be in front of it.
Being in front of your but means you say, I want to do that and I am going to figure out how.
You define the problem, the roadblock, the obstacle that interferes with doing what you want and chip away.
Figure out how to get around the obstacle.
This could mean a change in your perspective.
This could mean a change in your priorities.
This could mean a change in your activities.
This could mean a change in your expenditures.
When I get in front of my but it means change.
And the biggest changes were the ones when my thoughts were challenged by a coach.
When you are ready to get in front of your but, make an appointment with one of our Client Experience Guides.