How to be patient in the process #037

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Why must anything require being patient? It’s a junky thing to have to wait for anything – I want it NOW… right?

The most well intentioned people will tell you, “good things come to those that wait” or “patience is a virtue”. But that doesn’t resolve the anxiety I’m feeling or the urgency to see this situation resolved.

However, in the pain, fear, and frustration there is a way to rise above to make more effective decisions for you and the people you love.

On this show we talk about hating your current situation, pushing past our need for control, and the art of patience.

In This Episode, You’ll Discover:

  • The dangers of choosing here and now instead of “there” and “when it’s right”.
  • The impact of desperation in your decision making
  • Why chaos creates more chaos, lack more lack versus abundance creating more abundance
  • The art of patience
  • and more!

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Angus’ Twitter:  @angusnelson

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