Step Out of the Box and Into the World
Think about the layout of your office. It might consist of three grey walls and a computer screen. If you’re in an open floor plan, maybe you have the great sight of the back of another person’s head with desks and chairs galore. Not many people can say their office is interesting, creative or inspiring. Then again, not many people do what we do.
Last week, our mobile office consisted of two historical American landmarks. The first was a speakeasy in our client’s home. Yes, an actual secret, underground bar built and used during the days of Prohibition. While the location will not be revealed here, believe us when we tell you that it was an amazing place to be in. Everything from the bar to the booths was preserved from the 1920’s. We got chills just standing in there. If those walls could talk, we could only imagine the stories they would reveal.
The next location was a small town called Cold Springs which is located on the Hudson River. What’s so great about this area? It is near Constitution Island and George Washington was known to visit the area during the American Revolution. The town is full of historical charm and patriotism. Needless to say, our truck fit right in as we received cheers and praise from the locals while driving through town. We were fortunate enough to have some time to explore the town after helping our client. We visited some great thrift and antique shops such as the Downtown Gallery which was packed with more history than most textbooks. We were amazed with the preservation of this town and the true charm it has to offer.
In order to constantly think outside the box, you have to expand your horizons. Since our truck is our mobile office, we have the unique opportunity to discover new and exciting places every single day. This is why we love what we do. Each day is different. Every client is different. Whether it is a new challenge, job or town we encounter, our daily experiences allow us to develop a unique character within ourselves, and that is just another reason why we are grateful to be junk haulers.