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Why Impatience is a Virtue

Why Impatience is a Virtue

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Why Impatience is a Virtue

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What Impatience Is

Impatience is defined as a form of hurry: you are unable to sit tight and wait your turn.

Impatience is generally seen as a negative force, but people who are considered driven, gritty, or otherwise motivated to achieve their goals often share an impatient streak.

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  • Impatience is generated by an innate need to not simply wait around for life to happen to you.
  • Without impatience you feel that you will never get anything done (at least not at the pace that you expect of yourself).

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  • Impatient people are usually motivated people, and motivated people tend to know how to prioritize.
  • Impatient people take their energy and motivation to be where they want to be and give it everything they’ve got.
  • Impatient people persist in the sign of obstacles and other setbacks; all they care about is results.

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