Good, better, ideal
If words are what make up our thoughts, and if low-resolution thinking can orient us in the wrong direction, apparently, words are powerful. So, the sooner you are at a competent level, the better you can operate in this world.
Better is not the same thing as good, and certainly not the same thing as ideal.
When deciding what to do, for the reasons I can’t explain, we don’t distinguish those. Continuing your studies at the university, for example, may not be “good” (it is easily not ideal for the most) but you might be better as a result. And that’s what you want.