In getting to know a client and better understand his or her personal style, I’ve developed a series of thought-provoking questions; one of which I shared with you in an earlier post Object of My Affection.
Because so many of you chimed in with great interest, I thought sharing another question with you would be equally as useful. So here goes…
If you could anywhere in the world tomorrow, no worries, just hop on a plane, where would you go? Why?
Over the years I’ve learned that the way in which people describe their ideal getaway spot is similar to how they would love to describe their own place. Therefore, the answer to this question may very well provide you with some great insight into your personal style and preferences toward silhouettes, color schemes, textures and use of space.
Personally, Cinque Terre was always a place I wanted to go. Pictured above, it’s a beautiful stretch of five villages on the Italian Riviera; charming yet rugged, they are quintessentially Mediterranean. And despite several business jaunts to Italy, it was not until Eddie and I spent a week there on vacation that I realized how much this place was a part of me; even before I arrived.
Although we all know that happiness is not a destination; nor is it somewhere to be found. Rather, it is something we must choose in each and every moment. And since we’re always intending for something to happen in our lives, why not give happiness a chance?
So I ask the question in hopes that it will spark a connection between your happy place and your happiness…
If you could go anywhere in the world tomorrow, where would you go? Why?
I’d love to hear in the comments below.
Until next time…