Groundhog Day

This time it somehow feels harder. We know what to do. We know how to do it. We know we can do it. But somehow that doesn’t make it any easier. Lockdown life is tough. It feels a bit like Groundhog Day except for one very important consideration.

In lockdown, it can be hard to differentiate between the days. It’s been weird to realise the process of dressing for work and then commuting to an office are integral to defining a workday. Perhaps those things are so important because they help differentiate and separate our work and home lives so without them it all blurs into one. Each day feels like Groundhog Day.

But for our team, there is one clear consideration that continues to make every day different. Our clients. 

Each person our team touch in the context of providing property services has unique stresses, individual opportunities, specific goals, and particular pressures. Morton shares a unified determination to deliver quality service and to support our clients. We combine our decades of property experience to develop best practice processes and procedures to streamline our activities. 

But our focus is always on what we need to do and how we can individually support unique client needs.

The reality is that varies from person to person and from day to day and it’s what keeps our team motivated, especially when we are also tackling the mundanities of lockdown life. 

Overall, the services we offer haven’t changed despite lockdown restrictions but there is nothing groundhog about our daily work. Each day we seek to identify new ways to deliver those services and formulate solutions to emerging challenges. 

Our team has to be flexible and prepared to think outside the box to ensure we get the right results to match the individual requirements of our clients. Regardless of the day, or whether we are working from the kitchen table or the sofa, the team at Morton remain motivated to deliver.

Posted in Ewan's Blog on 4th August, 2021