Is the grass ever really greener on the other side of the fence?
Nine out of ten times we change stuff for something better only to find out it wasn't better at all. Be sure of what you've got before you upgrade, shift gears or jump the fence.
A mindset that the grass is greener on the other side of the fence hits you twice:
- It means you may not be grateful for what you have got.
- It means you have set up an expectation racket with the new person or thing.
Comparisons only lead to disappointment.
Love the one your with.
Tidy up your own backyard.
The grass on the other side is probably not as green as yours and even if looks green it's probably gravel.
P.S. You would have to be deleting every email from my office if you don't know by now that we are running a 2 day conference on Thought Leadership in December. Come along, I'll be there and you won't be disappointed. This event is perfect for people looking to be inspired by the company they keep and keen to have conversations that elevate your thinking - we put on a great show...