Why You Must Be Patient

By on March 15, 2018

It’s easy to fall victim of looking at other people’s success and wishing you were them. When this happens, you won’t get far. You will spend your time looking at other people’s success and by fault, you will neglect your own.

When you ponder on other people’s success, you forget that it didn’t happen overnight. The person you’re looking at took years and years to become successful, you’re only looking at the finished product.

It’s easy to look at the finished product but it’s shining. We all aspire to become the finished product but we forget what it takes to get there. All the trial and error that goes into becoming a finished product ceases to exist in our minds. 

You will not become the finished product overnight. When you’re starting on the journey of success, learn the art of being patient.

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When you become patient, you will not give up at the first sight of failure. You understand that failure is part of the process. When others desire success right away and when they can’t achieve it, they give up. You won’t be one of those people. You understand that if you’re patient, eventually you'll achieve your desired success.

Patience will play a virtue on your journey. When you’re patient, not a lot will affect you. You’re able to withstand more than the average person.

When others complain, you keep taking massive action. You don’t let excuses stand in the way of where you want to go. You know excuses are just another obstacle you need to overcome.

Patience leads you to a more fulfilling life. You don’t put this unnecessary pressure on yourself to succeed right away. Instead, you take your time. You put in the daily grind knowing that with each step, you’ll get to where you want to go. When your patient, you will become successful, maybe not right now, but over time.

 Trevor Oldham

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