Theodore Roosevelt once said, "Do what you can, with what you have, right where you are." This is the key to success. "Do what you can, with what you have, right where you are."
Focus on the present moment and on your current situation. Don't wait for things to be "just right." It is you who will make things just right. By throwing your whole heart into what you are doing every minute, you will open up doors of opportunity that are not now visible to you.
Look around you at this very moment and ask yourself, "What could I do to add value to the most important people in my work life?" What could you do to make things faster, easier, or better for the people who are depending on you? Be proactive rather than reactive. Be the kind of person who reaches out and grabs opportunities, and if you don't have any opportunities, create them personally through your own efforts.
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