It’s Not Your Fault

IMG_2059Your current close process is not your fault.  This is true whether you have worked somewhere for 1 week or 10 years.  It might have started out smoothly, but over time it seems that the close process gathers funky stuff.  Like a tire picking up debris from the road.  The downside of that is that some of that debris punctures your processes and really screws them up.  You didn’t intend that to happen, but Fred in operations or Sally in sales, or your owners or CEO wanted something different.  Maybe it was one time, maybe it was for several months.  Now it’s imbedded in your processes and difficult to get out.  Stick with me on this journey so that you can ReSet your thinking, leadership, and processes to achieve the calm, peaceful environment that you deserve.

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