Patience; accepted delay. When mastered, it brings a position of acceptance that eliminates worry and enhances due diligence. It is something that can only be mastered through constant reminder and experience.
Rushing from point A to point B should never feel like a mandatory order, even though sometimes it seems unavoidable. Being late to work can cost you your job, but rushing to work can lead to a car accident. So ultimately, if we choose option A or B, we are risking an assured process for a potential error with the hopes of salvaging a desire or necessity, but what about a third option?
I call this option, (Trusting The Process.) Trusting the process means allowing the time from point A to point B to happen naturally. With given time, you have the ability to come up with a proper solution to the problem. Whatever the problem is, there is a solution. In this situation, you might use this time to call your employer to let them know about your situation. You can’t manipulate time without creating risk. To reach The Power Position, you will have to Trust The Process.
A famous martial artist once said,
“Speed is defeated by timing.”
Try this: Next time you are impatient, late, or tempted to rush things, don’t. Practice patience and Trust The Process.