“Most look up and admire the stars. A champion climbs a mountain and grabs one.”
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What stars are you reaching for these days? To what degree do you leap out of bed each morning, eager to jump into your personal or professional quest?
Perhaps you, like many, simply examine and admire the efforts or accomplishments of others through social media, or more traditional methods.
You may also compare yourself to others and get excited to summon your own “Go For It!” perspective.
What personal or professional mountains will you begin or continue to climb today, to grab your own star with the heart of a champion?
“I’m too busy working on my own grass to notice if yours is greener.”
Spring is here, and the people I speak with can’t wait for warmer weather, longer hours of daylight, and the beauty Mother Nature provides.
When my neighbors begin to emerge from their homes, I see them out walking or participating in some other physical activity, or, relative to today’s quote, jumping into lawn care and maintenance.
I’ve heard some of them compare their lawns to others—sometimes favorably, others not. This characteristic of comparison can be a source of upsets, dissatisfaction, and frustration.
Where in your personal or professional life are you paying too much attention to other people’s grass? How would tending to the fertilization and care of your own abilities, projects, and priorities reward you with the results and satisfaction you desire?