This would be it. We as a nation are in a place of transition and depending on your opinion, we are in for wild & exciting, or a very bumpy ride. We can look back and complain about the past, and live on hope for the future. Or the other option is to look ahead, look up and know that there is a future waiting for us… and how are we going to handle it, & prepare for it? If we cared at all, about our future; we voted and made our belief known, and at least we then have the right to voice an opinion one way or the other.
If we look a little closer to home, in our personal lives we might have as much need for trust. We could be in for a wild and exciting or a very bumpy ride! I am a firm advocate in being pro-active and doing as much possible to get ready for an event. For an example, recently we have helped several families pack and move to a new home. It seems senseless not to throw away or donate the unwanted items from one house, before we pack, move, and unpack something a client didn’t want in the first place, or not to organize all the Christmas décor while we are putting it away. The bumpy ride happens when you didn’t sleep well last night, because there is so much on your mind, then you woke up late and realize you’ve waited till the last minute to throw all our belongings in a box, because the movers are now waiting to load your house on a truck, you’re still trying to feed the kids a piece of toast, and you got to be out of this house by 3:00 p.m.! The dog is going crazy with all the extra people in the house, and the guys are here to take down your Christmas lights, and by the way, your mother in law is here to help! This is not a moment to have faith, it is your reality check that you need to get your crap together. This isn’t the wild and exciting part of life, that I refer to. Life happens, it gets hectic from time to time, and that is a simple fact.
The life that I see for clients, at times is this rough, uncomfortable part; when life gets overwhelming and out of control. But I think anything is fixable! Whatever this is for a client, can always be repaired. It may take time and money but anything is possible. Consider it Done is my calling, to give hope, to give a vision to clients that we offer a service that helps you prepare and look up to a better tomorrow. I have told clients before, “I have scheduled you a day at the spa, and we will handle the movers, the unpacking and settling you in…. seriously, we got this!” We can look back and complain about the past, and live on hope for the future. Or the other option is to look ahead, look up and know that there is a future waiting for us… and how are we going to handle it, & prepare for it? We become paralyzed in emotions and stages of life. It is difficult to move past because we are not sure about our future or we still have ties to the past. I look back on the clients that we have had this past year and the stories that people shared. If I have heard it once said, I have heard it a thousand times, “I used to have it all together, I don’t know what happened” What happened was somewhere you quit managing your time well, your overbooked your days, and your mind. You became overwhelmed, and you didn’t prepare and aren’t handling it all very well!
I heard your frustration and listened to your stories. I have been on this journey that is called Consider It Done for over fifteen years now, and as much as we have helped you, I also have learned a lot about people. Almost all of us thrive on peace. We function better on it, and there is no stress to deal with. My goal for you as clients to give you peace, to make life easier for you. We love decorating for Christmas and get the details perfect, so you can truly enjoy the holidays and have some peace in your life. We wrapped so many Christmas gifts that we wrapped gifts in our sleep. But we loved doing it, because it made life easier for you. It is this service we offer that makes me happy. Take a leap of faith, have complete confidence in us, to bring you peace from all your chaos. We will help you manage your projects, help decorate for you and get you moved, organized and settled in your new house.
In Two thousand-seventeen, I wish you peace.