Custom Orders Take Longer

Are you a patient person? Yes or no? I’ve learned to be. 

Patience is necessary because custom orders take longer.

You desire a bold, exciting and unapologetic life, right? You want to travel, procreate, party, love, succeed? A basic life doesn’t require patience just complacency. That said, when you desire a personalized experience in this life, not one copy and pasted from societal norms and dated standards – that’s a custom order and it’s going to take longer to achieve.

Let’s take relationships for example, your single and tired of it but because you’re unwilling to settle you pray to God or the Universe etc. for someone custom made for you and a custom order requires special and sometimes pro-longed shipping and handling. But the wait will be worth it because the outcome will be one of quality.

A tv dinner doesn’t compare to a home-cooked meal.

Quality takes time and that ideal job, ideal man, ideal income etc. will take time. When you ask the higher up’s for something worth waiting for – expect to wait a while. What’s important is staying optimistic while you’re waiting on your package to arrive. Adopting a pessimistic and impatient demeanor in the interim will not expedite the package, it will just prolong your misery. 

What can you do during the waiting period? You can become the best version of yourself so that you’re ready to receive what you’ve asked for. Many times we ask for what we are not ready for. 

One more time for those in the back.

Many times we ask for what we are not ready for. 

You want more money but you can’t manage what you have now. You want a healthy relationship but you have toxic traits. You want a smaller waist but you won’t go to the gym. You want more friends but you don’t even know how to be one.

Custom orders come at the expense of patience and a desire for better. Don’t forget that you are also the custom order that someone has been waiting for – don’t short yourself.

Be patient, open and positive, the rest is on its way.

You got this!

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