Patience Is Not Key
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Have you ever felt an intense burst of energy, but you didn't know what to do with it? You're not alone. When we have extra energy, we usually feel motivated to work on our business, workout, or make a YouTube video. However, sometimes we don't have a clear idea of what to do, and that's when impatience can be a positive thing.
Recently, I've been feeling extra energized and impatient. It's a positive thing because it means that I'm ready to take action and make things happen. However, it's also negative because I feel like I'm sitting still for too long. I don't want to waste any time on activities that don't feed my higher purpose or fit in with my goals.
People often say, "Be patient, and things will come. Don't stress about it." However, I feel like only people who aren't reaching their potential say that. Anyone who's achieved their goals through hard work will tell you that you have to put in the work to achieve your goals. Of course, positive thinking, manifesting, and journaling are all essential when it comes to visualizing your goals. But, it's crucial to follow a three-step process: visualize, plan, and grind.
The first step is to visualize your goal. Whether it's journaling, writing it down, or manifesting it, you need to have a clear picture of what you want to achieve. The second step is to plan out how you're going to reach that goal. Give yourself step-by-step goals to work on every day, week, month, and year that will get you closer to your bigger goal. The third step is to grind. Just do it. Don't wait for things to happen; make them happen.
Being impatient can be a healthy boundary to have with yourself. If you want to achieve your goals, you can't waste time on activities that don't contribute to your higher purpose. Of course, it's essential to have fun and spend time with friends and family, but it's crucial to stay focused on your goals.
When I was in college in Queens, New York, I fell in love with the energy of the city. Everyone had a mission and somewhere to be. However, when I returned home to Delaware, I felt like I didn't belong there. People didn't have the same drive and motivation to achieve their goals.
If you're feeling extra impatient, it's essential to use that energy to achieve your goals. When you fast, your brain works off of fat instead of carbs, and you feel more energized. So, if you have something to do, use that energy to get it done.
In conclusion, being impatient can be a positive thing if you use that energy to achieve your goals. Don't waste time on activities that don't feed your higher purpose, and follow the three-step process: visualize, plan, and grind. With patience and hard work, you can achieve your goals and live the life you've always wanted.