22 Jul Nurture the Green August 2022: Week 2
Week 2: Why You Should Make the Most of Your Current Opportunity
There’s an old quote: “The grass isn’t greener on the other side. It’s greener where you water it.”
Sometimes, what we don’t have seems much better than what we do have. We wonder “if…” instead of living our life to its fullest potential. We assume something else — the things, the lifestyle, or even the job we don’t have — is better than our current situation. But this attitude can make us blind to current opportunities we already have.
In short, we need to make sure we work hard to make the most of the current opportunities and things that we already have. Not only will you maximize your current situation, but you will also be more likely to get access to better new opportunities and better new things when you have already worked to maximize your current situation.
Here’s how to make sure you are maximizing your potential with your current situation:
- Uncover hidden opportunities: Ask yourself, “Are there any opportunities in my current situation that I have not taken full advantage of?” If the answer is yes, try making a list of opportunities you aren’t maximizing.
- Clarify your goals: Know what you want. Once you know what your big goals are, you can discover if your current situation is helping you meet your goals or if you truly do need to look for something new to help you make your goals come true.
- Don’t stop working hard: Do your best to make the most of your current circumstances. By working hard to get the most out of your current situation, you will learn the skills and gain the experience needed to take advantage of the next great opportunity.
- Put in effort over time: Putting in hard work over time is oftentimes the secret to turning something mediocre into something great. Although it’s easy to think that something you don’t currently have will help you take care of your problems, maximizing your current potential is
- Have you ever had an opportunity you never took full advantage of?
- How can constantly thinking that other people have better things than you create a harmful outlook?”