One Wednesday afternoon or fifteen minutes past lunch time, I took a break from doing costings, getting swatches
and finalizing designs for a client's entourage. When in a coffee shop, I tend to think about anything.
Things you usually think about when you're ready to hit the sack. Things you don't usually attend to during the day.
And I felt the need to write it down. So, here it is.
01.21.2015 12:15 PM
If I were to define fixer, it is a person who holds a vision filled with positivity. One who believes that they could build something great from something that needs a little bit of enhancement. I don't want to use the word "broken" to define anything that needs fixing. They are hopeful-people, for anything or anyone they believe in - having the highest probability of becoming something so significant or special. Simply one who believes that there are no problems, only solutions.
Being a fixer is actually great. I read about Fixers once from an online site about a year ago. Entitled “The Fixer:” What Happens When You’re The One Always Helping Everyone Else” by Maureen Townsend of Thoughtcatalog.com. She started her blog with a quote.
When something’s broke, I wanna put a bit of fixin’ on it. When something’s bored, I wanna put a little exciting on it. If something’s low, I wanna put a little high on it. When something’s lost, I wanna fight to get it back again. — Pearl Jam
(Click on Maureen’s name if you want to read more about her article.)
How about you? Are you a fixer too? :) Or how do you define "fixer" from your own perspective? Write me a private response! I can't wait to hear your thoughts!