Friday - Patience & Persistance


Mar 20, 2020

 by Zach Eddinger
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Patient persistence.  Persistent patience.  

 

Here is an excerpt from James Clear

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The most useful form of patience is persistence.

Patience implies waiting for things to improve on their own.

Persistence implies keeping your head down and continuing to work when things take longer than you expect.

 

My brother Luke always says... “How do you eat an elephant?”  “One bite at a time”

 

This is kind of like that.  

 

We are on Friday.  This is the first week.  It will take a while but that is okay. 

 

We need to be patient and win the battle in front of us right now.  

 

Take a deep breath and keep moving forward. 

 

Don’t let yourself get frozen or stuck in all the things that you cannot do. 

 

Find the things you can do and do them.

 

Let’s have patience with ourselves, our parents, our friends and the state we are currently in. 

 

Patient persistence and persistent patience.