For those always looking to make something new, something better, something important, it means that everywhere they look, they see something dissatisfying.
That dissatisfaction is the fuel for knowing that they can improve it; that they can and will make something better; that the side effect today isn’t what it can be tomorrow.
If you’re one of those people, then you can’t ignore the dissatisfaction and pretend the situation doesn’t exist; not if you want to improve things.
Living in dissatisfaction today is the price we pay for the opportunity and privilege to improve things tomorrow.
How neat is that?