3 Guaranteed Steps to Overcome Impatience

High achievers know one thing for sure…they can make things happen!!  But there are times in our lives when no matter how hard we push, pray, or work, some things just don’t happen in the timing that we desire. We hear that word, “NO” and we refuse to accept it or what we are working on is not happening at the pace and timing that we want.

In this week’s message, I share 3 guaranteed steps to overcome impatience.

Sheri Riley
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Sheri Riley is a wife, mother, daughter, and entrepreneur and we all know this is not easy, but she’s discovered how to make it simple. After 20 years of creating marketing strategies for Usher, TLC, Toni Braxton, Converse, Nike, NBA, and Turner, she now serves as an Empowerment Speaker and Life Strategist. She speaks around the world, sharing her message of "Peace is the New Success®". Her award-winning book, Exponential Living® -Stop Spending 100% of Your Time on 10% of Who You Are® (Penguin Random House) is the guide to integrate your personal desires into your life without detriment to your professional achievement.

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7 Comments

  • Michelle Poole says:

    Yes, Timing is everything, along with being prepared when opportunity presents its self.
    Thanks
    Michelle Poole

  • GrandSmeta says:

    Just remember, patience is a mental skill that you will never forget, so cherish patience as a major step for you in life. Impatience is something not to be proud of, but something that you should attempt to train yourself out of, before it is something that overthrows your life.

  • Bandicam says:

    Just remember, patience is a mental skill that you will never forget, so cherish patience as a major step for you in life. Impatience is something not to be proud of, but something that you should attempt to train yourself out of, before it is something that overthrows your life.

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  • GrandSmeta says:

    Think about your happiest memories. Chances are, they were instances when your patience paid off, like when you worked steadily toward a goal that wasn’t immediately gratifying, or took a little extra time to spend leisurely with a loved one. Would you have those memories if you had been impatient? Probably not.

  • AmmyyAdmin says:

    Almost anything really good in life takes time and dedication, and if you’re impatient, you’re more likely to give up on relationships , goals, and other things that are important to you. Good things may not always come to those who wait, but most good things that do come don’t happen right away.

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