If you’ve taken the chance and picked up a copy of the “Happiness Project” You will have gotten into a bit of the meat of it by now. Interesting isn’t it?
This book to me is obviously applicable to everyday live. Marriage, Careers, Kids etc. But Every now and then I find a distinct connection that makes me think of my clients!
The changes that the Author – Gretchen Rubin was making in her life, she was measuring them. Tracking her results and noting the difference in her “happiness”.
When I start to work with a client I often am privy to many personal problems, insights and dreams. So, more often then not a relationship forms on a greater level then just “organizing”.
Those relationships grow over time and most often do not stop just because the project has been complete.
Do you find yourself in situations when a memory will pop into your head and you’ll be thinking of someone, wondering how they are doing and if they are succeeding in their personal quests?
This happens often to myself and the team I work with. We love our experiences but most of all we love to re-connect with our past clients. If for nothing else but to hear them say “hey! I can still see the floor in my laundry room!”
When we finish a project we hope that our clients can manage the systems we have put in place for them. We hope that as they measure their happiness and begin to notice the changes in their “organized” lives that they too think of us.
Maybe don’t strive to move a mountain…Maybe just tackle that laundry room floor.