I see it time and time again—women desiring and dreaming big, only to accept second, or even third, best when they feel as if their high hopes will fall flat. They settle in relationships, jobs, friends, even their own potential.
Our most frequent battle is not between good and bad–it’s between good and great.
Good is all around us. Great, we need to reach for. Good takes little effort and has almost an immediate payoff. But if you are like most, regardless of how often you try to settle for good, the desire for great always burns in your soul.
Why do we settle, then, when we long for more? Is it a desperate attempt to gain what little we think we can? Do we lack the necessary patience to wait and hold out for the great? Or is it fortitude or skill we lack?
There are 4 signs that show you are a settler: