Posted by Scott Bywater in marketing May 26th, 2018

Like any quote, “the grass is always greener” has its faults.

It’s meant to mean don’t just keep jumping around when the right opportunity
is where you are.

BUT sometimes the grass is greener, and you should stop doing what you’re

Move to the greener grass…

And start eating it.

For instance, if you’re in a tough industry, where there is limited opportunity –
no matter what you do, you could end up eating stale grass.

On the flip side, if you take your skills elsewhere, everything becomes easier.

I guess the key is having the discernment to know the difference.

Scott Bywater

Scott Bywater

Direct Response Copywriter at Copywriting That Sells
Do you want to learn the easiest way to get more customers fast? I have just completed my brand new guide "7 Ways to Get More Customers" which includes a swag of "Advertising Cheat Sheets" for getting results fast. Everything is outlined so it's as easy as 1, 2... 3. Download it for free by visiting
Scott Bywater

Latest posts by Scott Bywater (see all)

Leave A Reply

  • Market Samurai If you want to get a top 10 ranking on google, check out this handy piece of software
Customer Policies | Privacy Policy

© Copyright Scott Bywater 2010. All rights reserved
Password Reset
Please enter your e-mail address. You will receive a new password via e-mail.