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Power in Patience: How Waiting Can Strengthen Your Leadership and Decision-Making

Greetings, wonderful listeners! Dr. Taryn here, and I'm thrilled to welcome you back to another enriching episode of the Cheers to Your Pivot podcast. Today, we're embarking on a profound exploration of the invaluable virtue of patience. In a world where the pace of change often feels relentless, we're delving deep into how we can fortify our patience reserves, particularly when the yearning for immediate transformation feels more pressing than ever before. Here's a glimpse of the key takeaways that await you!

Timestamped Key Takeaways from the Episode:

[00:01:44] Acknowledge Your Feelings: It's important to acknowledge the frustrations and anxieties that arise when things aren't aligning with our expectations, and it's essential to recognize that it's okay to feel this way.

[00:04:48] Patience as a Source of Power: By recalibrating our mindset to view patience as a tool of power, we can transform waiting into an opportunity for self-reflection, growth, and understanding.

[00:06:17] Set Clear Expectations: Instead of fixating on the lack of visible progress, focus on setting clear expectations for change in your life and making intentional moves, even if they are not giant leaps.

[00:08:27] Internal Shifts: Understand that the major shift we're making is internal. Embrace this time of waiting as an opportunity to actively make internal shifts while patiently waiting for the bigger changes to unfold.

Take Action:

I encourage you to reflect on the 3 actionable steps shared in this episode, and consider how you can apply them in your own life.

Embrace patience as a tool of power and recognize the opportunity for growth and self-discovery during times of waiting.


Stay tuned for more insightful conversations and impactful strategies in our upcoming episodes. Cheers to your pivot, and here's to a year of meaningful resolutions and lasting positive change!

Until next time, Cheers to your Pivot🥂!!


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