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Rush, rush, rush, hurry, hurry, hurry - everything seems to be getting faster with impatience for no reason

by Mountain Computers Inc., Publication Date: Wednesday, June 9, 2021
View Count: 47, Keywords: Rush, Hurry, Impatience, Wisdom, Maturity, Analysis, Blessed, Hashtags: #Rush #Hurry #Impatience #Wisdom #Maturity #Analysis #Blessed



I have noticed a stem of hurriedness and impatience in several for no good reason as of late. Is it me, or are quite a few people in hurry to death, to their grave, just to keep up with the Joneses?
 
1. being in a hurry creates errors and waste
2. being in a rush creates frustration to others
3. being impatient is off putting
 
the ole saying, patience is a virtue is true. ;; yet don't miss the market window and opportunity if there is one!!
 
wisdom is based on short and long term work, study and reflection of things you have in your wheel house, your locus of concern, and after time, and connecting the dots of all things considered, careful review, writing and publishing of cautious and caution in your results for trends to come and trends to be.
 
another cliche, don't count your chickens until they are hatched; yet one does like to have an idea time after time what the count could or possible would be. predictive analysis anyone? buying feed? etc.
 
for me, the drivers, impact and guidance of all things considered is what drives the patient and wise.
 
one and their team has to be a little to a lot of many things; both the shaolin temple cat and the meerkat, always keeping your head up as a lookout, and then head down and do the study, analysis and report, and then head back up and looking, and then back down... its goes on and on, and it can be quite fun. its like a ying and yang, ebb and flow of doing your work, collecting new evidence, repeating your work, adding and subtracting at a steady speed, and sometimes working at light speed; it just depends on the situation.
 
 
moral of the story; the road less traveled can be more enjoyable and interesting than the fast and furious freeway.
 
more to come...
 
 

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