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Being Patient And Persevere - How Good Are You At Exercising Both?

Published on 4/15/2019
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Today as I reminisce about my weekend,  the word patience and perserveranc keep popping up and I thought I would share my thoughts on the subject.

 

First, I had guests over a 3 day period and traveled with them to Montego Bay on the North Coast of beautiful Jamaica to visit others. Over and over I would hear the comment "you are so patient." Or "I don't have that kind of patience."

Those words stayed with me and also brought me to the realization that inasmuchas I always exhibited patience, I seem to have matured into a greater level.  To be patient is to build strength.

Sometimes you have to be tested to know who you really are and to discover things about yourself.  It is not what you do about what you are faced with but how you deal with whatever you are faced with.

Have you been tested?

It is all a part of listening and believing that you can do whatever you set out to do. Or the willingness to persevere until you achieve your aim, your goal, or desired outcome.

Being Impatient

When you show signs of impatience, you are often viewed as arrogant because of your exhibited judgemental attitude. You are not likely, as you do, to have others taking the time to listen to what you have to say. In fact, in some cases you find that others remain quiet and look for the first opportunity to disappear.  It is hopeless to argue with someone who is judgemental, interrupt a conversation, and refuse to listen. A kind of know it all with bad people skills.

No matter how much you think you know, you can always learn from others, if only you listen even when on the surface it appears to make no sense to you.  The willingness to listen and to understand is what is important in being patient.

 

Learn to be patient

It is important to learn to be patient. 

Learn from others around you and seek to find out why you are impatient. To be always impatient you are living dangerously, and need to be conscious enough to find the root cause of your impatience. Pay attention to those around you who are impatient. See not how ugly it looks but the anger that often lies beneath the impatience.

Look for example on what is often referred to as "road rage" where simple actions, sometimes unconscious actions, trigger anger or impatience that causes bodily harm to people and the angry person end up doing jail time or badly hurting others.  That is a heavy price to pay for not exercising patience and persevering in self-control.

 

Managing your impatience

In every situation you have a choice in how you react to what happens around you. Be conscious and learn to manage your emotions.

Learn to breathe and master your breathing. It is calming. There are articles that will help you master your breathing and are healthy all rounders

"The next time you find yourself thinking negatively, stressed, angry or anxious, I want you to step back from the situation and pay careful attention to your breathing patterns. For the vast majority of people there is an inverse correlation between stress levels and breathing patterns, in that, the less control you have, the quicker and shallower your breathing will become."  Source: https://unbeatablemind.com/7-tangible-benefits-of-breathing-exercises/

Walk if needs be, for as long as it takes to be calm.

Think of the possible consequences of being impatient. I assure you once you have given thought to that, you will work on you.

Take the time to actively listen. It may surprise you what you hear.

Learn to identify the cause of your impatience that could lead to anger.

 

“Patience is not the ability to wait, but the ability to keep a good attitude while waiting.” Anonymous

Find the cause of your trigger. That is your first step  and then set out to deliberately eliminate whether it is people place or thing. Persevere in your strength and always remember the choice is yours.

 

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you have found some value here. As always your comments are greatly appreciated.

 

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