What to do when the Quick hasn’t come?

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We all know the feeling of waiting for something that seems like it’s taking forever. Whether it’s waiting for a job offer, a significant other to propose, or simply waiting for a package to arrive, the frustration and impatience can be overwhelming. In these moments, it’s easy to get caught up in negative thoughts and feelings, but it’s important to channel those energies into something productive. In this blog post, we’ll discuss five things you can do while waiting for the quick to come.

1. Nurture what you do have

When we’re waiting for something to happen, it’s easy to neglect the positive things that we already have in our lives. Take inventory of those things that bring you joy, such as your family, friends, hobbies, and finances. Instead of focusing on what you don’t have, pour your time and energy into what you do have. By cultivating gratitude and finding joy in the present moment, you’ll find that the waiting period becomes more manageable.

2. Focus on the outcome and not the income

When we’re waiting for something to happen, we often focus on the frustration or the lack of income (whether it be money, love, or opportunity). Instead, try focusing on the outcome that you desire. Visualize what it would feel like to accomplish your goal, and use that vision to motivate and inspire you as you wait. By shifting your focus from the negative to the positive, you’ll find that you feel more empowered and in control of the situation.

3. Refrain from the illegal, immoral, and unethical

It’s important to remember that while waiting for something to happen, we should not make bad situations worse by engaging in behavior that is illegal, immoral, or unethical. It’s tempting to take shortcuts or make decisions that compromise our values in the name of expedience, but this will only lead to more negative outcomes in the long run. By maintaining your integrity and upholding your values, you’ll be in a better position to receive what you’re waiting for.

4. Behave like you Believe

Acting as if what you’re waiting for has already come to pass is a powerful way to shift your mindset and manifest your desires. If you’re waiting for a job offer, act as if you’ve already received it by dressing professionally, networking, and preparing for the position. If you’re waiting for a romantic partner to propose, behave as if you’re already in a committed relationship by making plans together and communicating honestly. By embodying the energy of what you want, you’ll attract it to you more quickly.

5. Don’t wait on the why

It’s natural to want to understand why we’re experiencing a delay or how we can fix it, but sometimes the answer is simply that we need to work on ourselves. Rather than fixating on the why, focus on your own personal growth and development. Ask yourself what strengths you can cultivate, what weaknesses you can improve, and what goals you can set for yourself. By becoming your best self, you’ll be in a better position to receive and appreciate what you’re waiting for.


Waiting for something to happen can be frustrating and anxiety-inducing, but it doesn’t have to be a waste of time. By focusing on what you do have, visualizing your desired outcome, maintaining your integrity, acting as if you believe, and working on yourself, you can transform the waiting period into a time of growth and empowerment. Remember that the quick may not come when you want it to, but it will come at the right time. Stay patient, stay positive, and stay proactive.

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