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Impatience with actions, patience with results

When you have to do something, get it done. Do them as quickly as you can and with full focus. Then, be patient with the results. You likely dealing with complex systems and a number of people. It takes time for people to get comfortable working together.

When there is a problem, don't rest until a resolution has started. 

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