Two interesting words here:
The letter T begins the first word but is last in the second word. The letter B begins the second word but is last in the first. Now I’m learning something interesting here. Often times we may have our own projects and would want to manage them the way we see fit and that’s just fine. Infact that’s how it’s supposed to be because we carry the vision and know first-hand how things must run. That’s where we appear as the letter T in the first word and the letter B in the second word.
However, we may be called upon by others to join in their projects because of our expertise and skill and because we are called upon, we may feel a sense of bossiness and thus, have the tendency to control affairs which in anyway isn’t the wisest thing to do because we are not the vision bearers. And this is where we appear as the letter B in the first word and the letter T in the second word. We are to offer our expertise and skill not by taking the front space but by following the vision bearer and making our inputs where necessary. Unless told otherwise by the vision bearer, we must give him/her the maximum respect by allowing them to make most of the major decisions and plans. When we do this, it becomes easy for people to work with us, making future recommendations to others by them easier.