The Grass Is Not Always Greener

The weather in Los Angeles may be a lot nicer than in Cleveland, but LeBron James is cleaning out his locker right now. Which reminds me of one of the most important lessons in life- the grass is not always greener. That dream job, that beautiful woman, that new side project you are contemplating changing everything for, may not work out. And that’s okay.

I’m not saying don’t try and I’m not saying take the easy path. Indeed, in America it is truly okay to fail and start over. But be smart about it. Prepare yourself as much as possible (without killing the dream) and learn everything you can while you’re in a stable situation. This will make it easier. Faith and confidence are crucial, but they will not succeed without preparation.

Author: @dogma_vat

certified life coach, Catholic, boyfather, dogwhisperer

2 thoughts on “The Grass Is Not Always Greener”

  1. Commenting as a serial entrepreneur, I can certainly vouch for the wisdom in these words! That said, there will always be a leap of faith and (even with the best preparation) you will likely find the endeavor harder than you expected. Indeed, in my own situation, if I had known how hard certain things were actually going to be I probably would never have had the guts to get started. But, one will also often surprise oneself with one’s capacity to rise to the occasion when confronted with necessity.

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