Career coach and author Dan Miller uses the phrase “opportunityisnowhere” in his book “No More Mondays.”

Where you put the spaces in this phrase is important.

You could see the world as a place where “opportunity is nowhere.”

The economy is tough.

You’re trapped in a dead-end job.

Finances are tight.

Your industry is slowly dying and jobs are going with it.

You don’t know what the future holds, but it doesn’t look promising.

Or you can see the world as a place where “opportunity is now here.”

Today is the day.

Your goals are closer than you think.

There are amazing possibilities just around the corner.

It’s never been easier to start your own enterprise.

You don’t know what the future holds, but it looks extremely promising.

Opportunityisnowhere.

How do you read it?

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