The following information is presented here to help you to experience an immediate boost in your performance. It will give you a sense about how I may be of help to you.
In sport, there is an expression that refers to the importance of patience in learning a new skill or accomplishing a goal: "It's all possible - you just need time in the saddle." Becoming proficient at anything requires hours of practice. Hitting a good serve in tennis or shooting a basketball well is simply a matter of putting in hours of practice, persisting through any and all setbacks.
I can't help but think of those old steam engines that will not budge when their boilers are 211 degrees Fahrenheit. Add one more degree of heat, and they race to their destination, lugging a hundred cars behind them. Many a great tennis star has been behind two sets and 5 - love in the third. By persisting patiently, they wore away their opponent to win the match.
Now to help yourself to be more patient, visualize the following in a relaxed state:
Think of an event or a task that causes you to be impatient.
Feel yourself performing in a hurried-up manner, making mistakes and getting upset.
Relax, be at peace and begin to take your time without limiting yourself.
Feel yourself flow with the task as you perform excellently and more efficiently.
Use the following affirmations (or create your own) as touchstones to help you remember to slow down, be patient and arrive sooner:
My patience is the virtue of my success.
When I slow down, I get into the flow and get there in the perfect time.
Finally, Chinese wisdom reminds us that:
"Deliberate and slow cultivation...is the path to success and good fortune. Only by gradually developing your relationship with sport and exercise can you make the progress you desire. Calmness and adaptability along with good-natured patience will see you thorough."