From St. Francis de Sales:
The way to honor God, whose handiwork we are, is to be who we are as perfectly as we can.
It is enough to be what God wants us to be, rather than some perfect creature that God never had in mind.
Suppose you were the most perfect being you could possibly imagine. So what? If you were not the person God had in mind at the moment of your creation, what good would it do you?
It is also enough to do whatever it is that you can do being who you are, and where you are. Just do wholeheartedly what you know God is asking of you. Don't bother yourself about whether or not what God asks of you is important and grand. Whether your actions are insignificant or not does not matter, if they are God's will.
How could you be disappointed at even the smallest opportunity if you know that is is God's will -- born of His providential concern for you, and chosen for you in His eternal wisdom?