What Impatience Is

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.

Stephanie Denis (@stephanie_taylor) - Profile Photo

@stephanie_taylor

🌻

Self Improvement

MORE IDEAS FROM THE ARTICLE

  • 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.
  • 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).

Deepstash helps you become inspired, wiser and productive, through bite-sized ideas from the best articles, books and videos out there.

GET THE APP:

RELATED IDEAS

Each of us is the protagonist of our own life. Our goals feel like the most important thing in our world.

But every now and then, a moment of awe challenges our understanding of the world. We feel insignificant yet connected to the whole world, which helps us to step back and gain a better perspective.

6

IDEAS

Being assertive
In some workplace situations, being persistent can be a sign of confidence and strength. Other times, however, not taking "no" for an answer can make you seem rude and brand you as someone to be avoided.

It is good then, to know how to be assertive without being obnoxious.

The Slowness Rage

Being passively angry while walking due to others being slower than you is a thing. It is called ‘Pedestrian Aggressiveness Syndrome’ and has many degrees of behaviour, each more violent than the other.

Slowness rage is also found when one is driving, or when a web page is loading, or if the grocery line is, well, slow.

© Brainstash, Inc

AboutCuratorsJobsPress KitTopicsTerms of ServicePrivacy PolicySitemap