“Patience is choosing to control your emotions rather than letting your emotions control you.”
Are you a person who desires to be more patient?
If so, how are you attacking it?
This quote from writer Mark Merrill suggests emotions are at the center of patience.
Here’s my experience with patient people:
Those strategies bespeak a calm mind, an experienced communicator and an effective leader. Emotion has a place in everything we do but it has to be managed to achieve results.
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