Are You Getting Impatient Waiting For Success?

Waiting for Success

When you start a new business or a new project, you’re usually super excited to achieve your goals and milestones around that project.

As time goes on you might feel you’re getting a little behind. It might not be quite as successful as you thought it would be, or you might even feel like a failure at times.

It happens to all of us.

Have you heard the business saying, everything takes twice as long and costs twice as much? That has certainly been the case with me on some of my ventures, and I can be a pretty impatient person so when I feel behind on a goal it can be overwhelmingly frustrating.

I knew that was something I had to work on, so that’s why I’m addressing impatience head-on in today’s episode of She Takes on the World TV. Watch the episode below (or click here):

Did you like this episode? Share one of these tweetables, and leave a comment below:

“Those who are certain of the outcome can afford to wait, and wait without anxiety.” ~@marwilliamson via @nataliemacneil http://bit.ly/10gqslF [Click to tweet]

“Patience means you look inward for wisdom and answers.” ~@nataliemacneil from Getting Impatient Waiting for Success? http://bit.ly/10gqslF [Click to tweet]

P.S. If you haven’t watched my free online business video training series for WE Mastermind + downloaded our launch blueprint PDF, it will only be available for another few days so check it out.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

4 thoughts on “Are You Getting Impatient Waiting For Success?

  1. I get impatient with myself. I sometimes wish there was a program I could insert into my brain that would make me an instant entrepreneur. I wish I knew all the things I needed to know so I could avoid the inevitable mistakes I’m making.

  2. Great message, Natalie! Although I definitely wish I was further in my career, my impatience is with just the general pace of progress. With limited resources, I feel like everything moves at such a slow pace. I don’t know if that’s my perception, reality or both.
    Yoga helps me too. I downloaded the Yoga Builder app so I can make my own practices and listen to the music I want – like Motown or classic rock.

  3. The best teacher I’ve ever had to grow patience, curiosity and creativity has been my horse. Equine-assisted learning programs evolve social and emotional intelligence in amazing ways. Whether you like horses to begin with or not, it’s downright fascinating.

bite-sized wisdom to read & share