Patient leaders tend to delegate well and operate effectively. Patience—or lack thereof—is determined by one’s core belief about time. An impatient person will, when asked, say they feel there’s “never enough time”—and that tends to make them rush and/or be overly demanding of others. With a closer look, they are shocked to realize how much of their behavior is driven by self-induced time-urgency. Barring an actual crisis, our judgment about time is subjective and thus, with practice, able to be substituted with a more generous view. Is your fundamental belief about time one of abundance, or lack?
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