I have been going through a transition at work. The company I've represented for the past fifteen years or so, ceased to exist last month. It wasn't a surprise. For the past year the principals had been working through the process of becoming the
office of the national brokerage firm Lee & Associates. At the end of March it was finally a done deal.
Literally overnight we went from an office on Dobbin Road with four people to an office
in Gateway with seven. We have new everything and while that is nice in many
ways it still requires having to deal with new passwords, new copy machine, new
phone system, and so on.
It’s all good, even those hiccups you always encounter in a new space. This morning for instance we arrived to find all office communications completely shut down, no phones, no server, no Internet. It was noon before that got ironed out.
In a way this move, like the others I've been through before, provides first hand knowledge for my clients. When I suggest that moving their offices will be disruptive in ways they may not have anticipated, I speak from experience.
Perhaps you’re wondering what the picture of the Rouse brother statue has to do with any of this. The answer is nothing. I just happen to like the shot.