Patience Is About Getting Things Done

It's not the waiting for something to happen.

It's not the ‘calm before the storm'.

For me, it's about how I am acting before the final outcome is revealed or occurs.


Impatience is: tapping my foot while in line at the store.

Patience is: standing still, knowing that I will end up at the cashier when my turn comes.


Impatience is: wanting $5,000/month income, right now, without doing the work or trying to get by with as little as possible.

Patience is: doing the work, all the while knowing that it will pay off to $5,000/month … and then more because the work was done with care.

When I get impatient it means I'm not trusting the process. And there is a process to daily life on a personal level and to running a business.

It all begins with me. Am I willing to do the work and be patient – because I know the payoff will happen?

I answer a resounding “YES”.

In the beginning I had successful people show me how they did it, and I trusted that their process worked because the evidence of their success was in front of me.

I put the processes in place and have experienced success myself.

Which is why I continue to work the process – I'm not happy just sitting back. I want to grow, personally and professionally. And the only way to do that is through being active in my own success as well as helping others toward their success.

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