Stop and think. If I were to ask you, "Who's got your back?" What would your answer be? Your spouse, your best friend, another friend, your dad, your mom, another family member, your manager, a colleague, or someone else?
Now answer the question, "Who's back do you have?" and what would your answer be? Your spouse, children, family, employee, co-worker, or someone else?
Knowing that someone has your back, no matter what is a great feeling. It helps build you up and builds trust and confidence in yourself and in that relationship. Who's back should you have that you don't have now? Who should you thank today for always having your back? Having someone's back comes from knowing their character, believing in them and allowing them to fail forward, and it all being okay. It's the right thing to do and it models the way for others.