Tuesday, June 14, 2016


Being an ancient person, I will sometimes remember a great movie from the past and watch it—for a while. Inevitably, I can’t stand watching anymore because it’s slow—the pace in movies decades ago was glacial compared to today. I just don’t have the patience to endure the good in the movie because it will take too long.

I make that same mistake in other areas of my life, expecting things to move at a certain pace and if they don’t, it’s painful. I’ve learned that things will not move or resolve themselves at my pace—and that’s my problem. 

Barry LaBov
LABOV Marketing Communications and Training

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