One of the most rewarding things I find about my job it’s not getting the high profile projects or creating the spaces we create. Yes, of course I appreciate those opportunities, of course I find them rewarding but not the most rewarding. This may sound very cliché, but what I find most rewarding is meeting the amazing people I get to meet through this medium. These past few weeks I have been meeting some absolutely phenomenal women. By phenomenal I don’t mean women who conquer the world or have high profile jobs, or who have no problems annihilating others as long as it gets them to achieve their goals. No, no no, not that type of woman, rather women who do what they truly love doing and keep doing it for the love of doing it. Many believe that when one works with what they love doing it is easy but quite often it’s the opposite. It’s a struggle, so for these women often the price they pay for doing what they do is a high one. Those who truly put their heart and soul into everything they do sometimes find their soul slowly weltering away and that’s when it can happen. That’s when you can lose your mojo. To do what you love and continue to hold on to your mojo is an everyday struggle. It’s an eternal battle that one has to fight everyday, but if you can do what you love and hold on to that mojo then the everyday battles are worth it. This reminded me of why I do what I do. Why I work with interior design concept. Why even if sometimes I can feel a little bit of my soul wistfully escaping my very being, often when I meet the very challenging clients that we inevitably will have to deal with, I try to stay positive. I claw, dig deep, repeat my mantras, sometimes speed up, sometimes slow down, I do what I must to ensure that I keep that mojo burning within me.
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