The Mishnah in Pirkei Avos gives advice to a judge to be patient in the administration of justice. This advice isn’t relevant only for judges in court, rather it extends to everyone. We must all heed this advice to work on the middah of patience and give things the time that they deserve.
It often seems like patience is a lost art in the modern world, but people with staying power have more successful and happier lives. In this video, Rabbi Siddur expands on the importance of waiting and not expecting immediate results. He explains that anything good takes time and effort and how you can shift your thinking and slow down.