Family Gifts – The First Generation

Family Gifts – The First Generation

For many years now I’ve been researching my family’s ancestry. I have learned so much not only about my ancestors but also about myself.  The gifts that have been passed down from generation to generation are amazing.  What do I mean by family gifts?  I mean the knowledge and experiences, the stories, lessons and values that were shown and told to the next generation on creating habits, having discipline, integrity and having pride in a job done well.

I am very grateful that the stork dropped me off to Elmer and Lois Boisselle.  My Dad was a Farmer and Mom a Housewife.  My parents were not only loving and nurturing, they also were amazing teachers who also had learned from the generations before them.  My parents raised 10 children.  In a family so large there had to be organization.  Can you imagine the chaos if there wasn’t?  One of the best gifts they give us was structure.

A foundation to start learning from:

  • In this structure I learned that there is a process to everything. Even the crops my Dad grew had a process from seed to harvest and my Mom doing the laundry for such a large family.  To get the same successful results there are specific steps to take and one very important step is completion of the process.
  • Once the structure and process is set it’s very easy to set the habits in motion consistently. You know exactly what needs to get done because the habit is just a process.  Like brushing your teeth first thing in the morning and before you go to bed.
  • Next is discipline. My Mom had a specific way that the house was run.  She had created systems and was disciplined that the systems be followed to make sure the house environment ran smoothly.  Again, completion of the process/systems is very important.

It may sound like a lot of hard work and very boring, well maybe it was.  Great lessons and values came from these:  Self-confidence, self-worth and pride.   Those lessons have definitely helped me get through life.

With all of that said, my parents also knew how to enjoy life.  They had quality time for us, family, friends and each other.   They taught us that it’s important that you have that balance of work and play.

My parents have passed on but their organizational lessons are still with me and I’m grateful because I get to teach these wonderful lessons to my clients.  Supporting them so that they get the same rewards.  Let me support you in living a life you love with many rewards to you and yours.

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Mary Boisselle, Chief Concierge of My Concierge LLC., started her first organizing business in 1996 to help her clients have more free time to do what they love. She has perfected her organizational, project management, and people skills to become the trusted concierge of many busy executives and successful professionals who are leaders in their fields.
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Mary Boisselle, Chief Concierge of My Concierge LLC., started her first organizing business in 1996 to help her clients have more free time to do what they love. She has perfected her organizational, project management, and people skills to become the trusted concierge of many busy executives and successful professionals who are leaders in their fields.