Can you guess the end of a novel without even reading it fully? Or do you break the long awaited suspense for your friends in a movie, even before the arrival of the climax? If you are someone like this, you have the qualities of a detective!
Such detective headed individuals are curious about everything that lies ahead. It’s only when one has questions that one seeks answers to them. But wanting to know everything before the right time is being impatient. It becomes difficult to sit still till the questions in their head get answered.
Isaac Newton once wedged a flat stick between his skull and the back of his eye, and recorded the visual experiences he had. This was a part of his curious quest to know how it is that we human beings perceive colour and light.
These people try to predict everything, every time. The curiosity to know whether their prediction is correct or not, makes them impatient. It is not always good, after all curiosity killed the cat. Unnecessary investigation might prove harmful for us.
Time moves at its own pace. One cannot skip time. One has to wait for the right time to arrive. Waiting might irritate such impatient people. Continue Reading>>
Living in the present keeps one at peace, if one lives in the future, it might snatch away their peace of mind. The body does not feel relaxed and the mind is continuously running with thoughts.
For such people, if anybody tries stopping them from moving ahead, it might annoy them.
The self talk of such people is somewhat like this:“It’s so unfair that the entire world is ahead of me. There is a lot of catching up to do.
Life is so short. I am running out of time and I have already wasted a lot of it.
I have no time for failures. I cannot afford to get distracted and stumbling at any point. I have to complete things as quickly as possible.
I won’t accept anything that slows me down.”
Whenever they meet new people, they view them as being a help or hurdle. They wouldn’t tolerate those who they feel are being an obstruction.
The positive side of impatience is that, these people might take big decisions quickly. This might result in taking up larger risks and if the risk turns out worth it, success is on their side.
The i-dotting on the right side of the stem shows this detective trait.
Neha Rathod is a Psychologist, specializing in Industrial and Clinical Psychology. She is a Graphologist and counselor at CPAG.
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