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Hello my friends!

Does anyone here struggle with impatience and always go for the shortest route possible to get something even though the shortest route carries severe consequences?

I've always wondered through my life why I don't learn from my mistakes and I understand why for obvious reasons.

Once I wanted to enter a series of races throughout the year so I just foresaked my rent and bills in order to enter them and I didn't care that I would then be in arrears! :cool:
I am very impatient, yes. I have low tolerance for waiting, inefficiency, or inadequacy.
The tools of Internet and smart phones have probably made this worse for me also, having instant search results and knowledge a few clicks away.

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