Some wise man once said that the man, who embraces too much, embraces badly.
He was really on to something. Remember Jack and the Beanstalk? Little Jack embraced a small handful of tiny beans. He did what he could with what he had, but look at what he received. Superb riches— gold coins, a hen that lays golden eggs, and a magic harp that could play by itself.
Embracing something with focus and persistence, regardless of how insignificant or little it seems, will most likely produce more results than embracing too many significant things.
Many things divide us. Attention divided becomes disregard and to embrace something with disregard is about as expediting as relinquishing with regard. As you go about life looking for opportunities, remember that to embrace little, is a step to accomplish much.