I believe it takes time to improve, so I resist the need to rush things.
I understand that improvement takes time. I learn this through trial and error as I refine processes in life.
I take the time to develop myself first.
I observe my impatience and how I like to hurry things along. Then I breathe and let that feeling go. If I wait patiently, I know I can see results, notice improvements in my process, and become proficient.
I learn patience and notice when I fall and resist the urge to rush things.
I commit to taking the time to learn and grow. I refuse to settle for half measures or the good enough option and trust my experience.
I am patient. I take the time and put effort into improving and keeping an open mind to new processes and perspectives. I ask for help and insight. I am patient with my progress, and I am committed to practicing and refining my skills.
I am able to recognize my impatience, and I stop myself before I lose control. Then I refocus my attention on my goals and keep going until I reach my destination. I invest in myself with time and money, and I know I am worth the investment.
Today, I make wise choices and invest in myself. I seek new knowledge and ways to learn and grow. I trust in the process and build confidence.
1. Why is it important that I resist the need to rush things?
2. Why do I feel inclined to rush things?
3. Are there any changes that I could make in my life to slow down and reduce unnecessary stress?