The grass is always greener where you water it

EPISODE 066: The grass is always greener where you water it

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TRANSCRIPT

Welcome to 1 Minute Tips!

There is something that I like to call: the “grass is always greener”, syndrome.

We all suffer from it at some point in life.

The absolute truth is that the grass is, and always will be greener where we water it.

It’s alright to admire the grass on the other side of the fence, absorb their beauty. Let it inspire you.

But never forget that it’s up to you to start nurturing your own grass.

Don’t think that the shiny green grass on the other side of the fence doesn’t require any maintenance.

It takes effort, dedication and patience. It may even require outside help.

We’re conditioned to want what we don’t have, and that’s when our ego kicks in.

What’s important is to learn how to appreciate and don’t feel envy. Go after your own goals, learn from others, never stop watering your own grass.

I’m Rod Gomes and I’ll come back with another 1 minute tip soon.
Until then, come say hello over at 1minutetips.com

Take care, stay active, stay positive!


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