Heather Vaughan-Southard on Patience

tips from podcast guests Nov 05, 2021
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This week's wisdom comes from a conversation with Heather Vaughan-Southard, founder of HVS Movement. Tune into the entire conversation here.


I'm just wondering if there's, you know, is there one tip or lesson or idea that you haven't shared yet, that you think would be of value to someone, like you, that wants to that trust themselves enough to invest in themselves and to, you know, either aspires or wants to advance in the difference only they can make? Is there's just one last piece of wisdom that you'd be willing to share?

[HEATHER] I think...

I think it would be, "be patient."

There are seasons, you know?

I work... I've had a portfolio career. And I have a family. And I have really big ambitions.

And sometimes it can feel like it all has to happen immediately.

And I've come to learn that sometimes things work best when I treat them as if they come in seasons.

So sometimes I push this forward and other times I push that forward. And it's all still contained. And it's all part of the work or part of my life.

It's okay to have varying focal points at any one time.

[SCOTT] I really, really appreciate that. Yes, patience is indeed a virtue that probably most of us could practice more often.

Heather delivered a powerful reminder about the virtue of patience. How are you practicing and leveraging  patience today?

Scott Perry, Chief Difference-Maker at Creative on Purpose.

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