I bought a hoodie sweatshirt (because Jamie at BioAM doesn’t have any…) recently and have been wearing it around the house. It’s driving my wife crazy, though, because of the unappealing sound that the tags make as they scrape against the fabric or rattle around while I walk.
“Cut off the tags!” she (quite understandably) exclaims!
“I will eventually. I’m just trying it out,” I respond.
And I will cut the tags…I think. I’m keeping the tags on until I make the commitment to fully purchase. Commitment = cutting the tags.
But what’s my hesitation? Do I feel that I spent too much on the hoodie (note: I did not spend too much on the hoodie, though I would have preferred one of Jamie’s)? Do I not feel that the hoodie is “for me?” Do I not like the look? Do I not enjoy the feel?
Professionals spend hundreds of dollars and thousands of hours on assessments and coaching and other ways to really get to know themselves…when they could just as easily look to where they are or are not cutting off the tags.