Happiness Project Sunday night edition.
Go off the path. It’s the next step in Rubin’s “Happiness Project”. And it’s so absolutely true for myself, my co-workers and my clients. I have always been someone who believes in constant learning, someone who refuses to stop looking at things in a different light.
And that is such a huge part when coming into a home of a friend, family member or client! As a Certified Professional Organizer I am always telling my co-workers and clients that there could be a different way to look at this problem.
1st get to the route of the cause. Dig deep and learn from others and yourself. The path less taken is not always so bad and sometimes it’s that path of hardship and conquest that leads to us to an ex-ordinary and heartfelt discovery.
Fuel the fire! Knowledge will never be lost on others that are willing to learn. Continue to strive for something “off the path”, something that even if it seems frivolous will or could end up being the missing link three weeks from now.
Helping someone bring chaos to calm, means learning from them. Asking the questions, listening and putting your knowledge in their hands. We learn from every client and we hope that every client learns from us.
No matter what your career or stage in life, knowledge is a gift. Use it well.