Wouldn’t it be ideal if everything would happen for us is perfect sequence so that our planning and actions might be simple, repetitive and bring immediate results? In reality, this is rarely the case.
We must not only know why we are want to accomplish and what and how we want to accomplish it. We must also come to learn and to know the priority and timing of our actions in the proper order.
Be patient to learn the best form of order. Wait for the resolving outcome of the first act before presuming automatically to move to the second action. Timing is important. Progressive learning for success requires an appropriate sequence and will take some time.
“You wouldn’t plant a seed and then dig it up every few minutes to see if it had grown. So why do you keep questioning yourself, your hard work, and your decisions. Have patience, stop overthinking and keep watering your seed. — Steve Bartlett —