Consider the end result of this scenario. You are in a hurry to meet friends for dinner. You are running late, and everything is taking extra time. You finally get in the car and are on your way, but the traffic lights aren't in sync and you catch every one red. You are almost to the restaurant and are getting frustrated. You want to blast through the last one, but you don't....because your patient discipline kicks in.... and this time it saves your life. As you watch the 18 wheeled tractor trailer pass right where you would have been you realize the ultimate importance of patience.
Of course not every patient decision is that dramatic, but it exemplifies well how it is a part of our every day life. My current patience test involves my first product.... the txtRng;). It's been over a year and half since I started the process of bringing it to market, and I'm still waiting for my final samples to approve before opening up my website for pre-orders. I've learned something new each step of the way. Most importantly I've learned that when I am patient I make better decisions, save money, and get better results. Let's just hope this time I get my samples and they are perfect......but if not, I'll keep trying, with patience.