Al Lindner’s nephew, Dan Lindner, may have shot and edited more television fishing shows than any person alive today. Dan spends a lot of time behind the desk under constant deadline pressure, which brings me something we are going to talk about: time and patience.
Dan Lindner: I’m keenly aware of time and how important it is in my world. I know I’ve got X-amount of shows to do, they all got to be delivered at a specific time frame in order to air on specific dates and time. Also, there are X-amount of commercials and they all have to be delivered to a particular date. And without fail, there’s no room for error.
Something I dislike a lot is waste. Wasting money, food, or wasting opportunities. But most importantly, I dislike wasting time.
A little story…my wife is perpetually late, which I’m sure some of you can relate. But, me working on having more patience is something I know I need to work on.
James 1:3. It says, “Knowing that the testing of your faith produces patience, but let patience have its perfect work, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking nothing every time you run out of patience.