Week 40 – How To Cultivate Patience In An Incessant World

In this crazy, cialis incessant world we live in, patience is vilified. Admitting that we are waiting for something is like an admission of weakness. We want it all; the career, the house, the family, the car, the lifestyle.  And we want it all, right now, tout de suite.  Society values those that keep busy in their work and in their lives. It’s easy then, to look at patience as a trait to hide rather than as a virtue.

But there’s a price to ignoring our patient side. Without patience, it is very difficult to hear the often subtle messages our soul wants to send us. If we stay too busy with the non-stop minutia of everyday life, we risk not hearing the important messages that can help us to lead a life that rich in meaning, filled with joy and lived authentically.  The whispers of the soul cannot be rushed, nor called upon when we have two minutes while we’re waiting in the checkout line at the grocery store.  The soul needs time to formulate the messages we need to hear at that specific time.  Patience is the best tool we have to listen for and hear those messages.


Dianne is a certified coach who helps individuals thrive as they successfully manage the dynamics of incessant demands; and the author of a new book: If There Are No Limits… A guide to living with passion, purpose and possibilities. For more information, visit the book page on this website. 

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Dianne Gaudet is a certified Coach who is passionate about helping her clients manage the dynamics of continual life transitions as they reach new heights of personal and professional success. Helping Boomers create rich and inspired lifestyle plans for the retirement life they want is one of her greatest joys. Dianne is the author of a new book, If There Are No Limits... A guide to living with passion, purpose and possibilities. She is also a motivational speaker, teacher and world traveller.