Friday, February 6, 2009

The Suggestion to Reduce Impatience Behaviour of Bus Driver

Hi, everyone.. Today we want give some suggestion how to reduce impatience behaviour of bus driver..We cannot deny that not all the bus driver can obey our advices because bus driver is also humans..Nobody perfect in the world but we try the best to give guide line to reduce this problem..At least better than before,right??
Take a day where you make patience your goal for the entire day.
-Make a concerted effort to take your time and think about everything you do, be mindful and live in the moment. At the end of the day, observe all the ways in which you’ve made smarter decisions, got along better with others and actually understood what took place. Learn to do it on a daily basis. Developing patience is much like physical exercise because it requires persistence and effort.
Slow down.
-If you have the tendency to rush around and try to hurry things up, want things done immediately and can’t wait for things to take their natural course, STOP. Take several deep breaths before you act or make a move. For example, if you’re in a long lineup at the grocery store or in heavy traffic, make the decision to pause and not get worked up. Do some isometrics, listen to the radio or just enjoy the view. Getting impatient won’t make things move along any faster, so why get worked up for nothing?
Practice thinking before you speak.
-At times we blurt out the first thought that comes into our head without considering the consequences. If we’re patient, pause and go over what we want to say, we can avoid hurting or offending others.

For the conclusion, patience is more powerful than a warrior. It is more powerful than an army. Patience is so powerful that if can change the mind of a ruler. Patience is productive. Impatience is destructive...Think,think and think...

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