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How to be patient in earning?

Think about it for a minute. We all want instant gratification and want things without waiting. We hope the packages will be delivered on the same day. We expect immediate results in the gym. We have been delivered pre-cut food so that we can get cooked food in 10 minutes fast. We can even read a book to us or make it short for us so we don’t have to read them. I think it has taken us to a life where our patience is very low. Maybe the time has come for us to slow down and practice a little patience.

 Here are four ways to be patient that you never thought you could be.

1. Wait for yourself
The best way to practice patience is to wait for yourself. A study published in Psychological Science found that waiting for things actually makes us happier in the long run. Start with something small, such as waiting a few minutes to drink a milkshake and then moving on to something bigger. With practice you will begin to gain more patience.

2. Stop doing things that are not important
There is something in each of our lives that takes time from important to important. One way to relieve stress in our lives is to stop doing those things. Take a few minutes and evaluate your week. Watch your schedule from waking up to falling asleep. It doesn’t matter what two or three things you do but take the time. It's time to dump her and move on.

3 .. Be aware of the things that are making you impatient
Most people have several tasks in their head and they jump from thought to thought without taking time to finish a task at first. We live disrupted lives when we try to multitask and it is frustrating when we feel we are not making progress. It is good to be aware of our thoughts and the best way to understand it is to write down what makes you impatient. This will help you slow down and focus on one task at a time and remove the things that put you under stress.


4. Relax and take deep breaths
After all, just relax and take a deep breath. Slowly taking deep breaths can help calm the mind and body. This is the easiest way to ease any impatience you are feeling. If breathing doesn’t help, I can find a walk to clear your head that can help you refocus on important things. The point is to find some time each day for you to decompress.

Now the time has come for us all to slow down and practice a little more patience. We will be less stressed and more aware of the things that put us under pressure. If it leads to happiness, isn't it worth trying?