People talk about putting their blood, sweat and tears into something, but it doesn’t always turn out right when your heart’s not in it.
Putting your heart into something makes the difference between “getting something done” and “achieving something”. I get a huge sense of achievement from the smallest tasks because I care about the outcome.
Whether it’s digging a pond in my lovely garden, having a chat with my “Housemates” over a cup of coffee or helping to conduct research for our clients, my heart is always in it.
I believe that as long as you care, things will work out.
That is why I’ve made caring my purpose at The House: I look after people, I make them feel welcome and I embrace the new opportunities that arise from my daily interactions.