Triggers of impatience

Reading an insightful post from Michael Wade.¬†Title of the post is “Patience and Impatience.”

The post is about human behavior. How we choose to be patient or impatient in given situations and what triggers our that very act.

In the post, Michael has listed three of his triggers. Here are four of mine:

  1. Only thinking, feeling and being on the “effect” side, no execution;
  2. When a team member assures that s/he would complete the job by a set time, s/he doesn’t complete it and is ready with reasons;
  3. Deathless execution;
  4. When someone teaches me “what” to do when they don’t know what s/he is teaching!

If you are aware of these, you may like to change your behavior. If you are not, then you may like to evaluate.