Article 6

I guess I’ll just say be patient. And that’s a reminder to myself. Look this is what is it- I set a goal and I set a date I want it achieved by..(doing this creates urgency Aka affirmation action) well okay so I set that goal months ago and my date is only a few months away and I don’t exactly know where I thought I’d be come this time but I’m feeling impatient and irritated with where I am.
I left a job that was the highest paying job I ever had because I wasn’t feeling fulfilled and I wasn’t willing to grow with the company. I moved into a job that pays less but allows me more free time in my schedule to work towards micro goals (smaller things that need to get done in order to complete the actual goal) problem is that I’m realizing all my micro goals include money /paying things off…and my free time isn’t making me money so it’s like damn.

I saw an interview of a man, in a generation older than mine, speaking about millennials and how they’re impatient. Now I’m not actually considered a millennial bc those guys are 1995 babies, but it got me wondering where my patience went. But I guess it’s just the fact that the closer I get to the goal date I set, the more impatient I get because I know ‘self-set’ time is running out and I have things to get done.
But it is what it is…maybe I’ll get things done by my original goal date, or maybe I’ll need to push that date back I’ll go with which ever path isn’t forced. The easier the transition, the more ‘meant -to-be’ will happen. Smooth.

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