Seriously, just a tiny amount. With everything. With each other. With life.
Example: I direct someone to mozilla.org for Firefox and say to click 'download.' Within 1 seconds of arriving at the page "so that's it? I've got it?"
Come on. Give me a second to reply, and continue to assist. This is 2012, and yes, everything is faster, faster, faster, but not everything is 100% instantaneous, including me. I'm a human. I'm not perfect. Neither are you.
My request to humanity: Stop rushing *everything*
It doesn't help anyone, unless a life actually depends on it, and in most cases, you only "get ahead of yourself" and nothing good comes of it.
Sure, I'm just as guilty. I realize this. I still try to calm down and take a step back, and think to myself that often times, there is really no rush for some things.
Drivers who constantly tailgate people should also take note - it's not cool. If you aren't going to pass someone shortly, then get back a ways. It's a jerk move to get right up on somebody for going slightly slower than you would prefer to be moving. You'll get there. If 5-10 minutes are that valuable, you should've left earlier for your destination. I could rant for quite some time on this topic.
Perhaps a bumper sticker that I've seen on the topic sums it up, and can also apply to patience in general: "If you're not a tattoo, get off my ass!"
..Oh, and get off my lawn!