I don't know how to do the math on that, or, more accurately, I don't know how to set numerical values for confidence, comfort or inclination.
But I do know this: St. Augustine said, "Patience is the companion of wisdom." The sainted philosopher and theologian wasn't talking about turkey hunting, but his advice is as good in the turkey woods as it is anywhere.
Lack of patience shows up in many (if not most) of the ways we fail to put a tag on a turkey. They include:
[ul][*]calling too loudly
[*]calling too much
[*]moving too soon
[*]quitting too early[/ul]Taking more of a philosophical/theological angle than a mathematical angle, I wrote about this exact issue on www.EverydayHunter.com
(scroll about halfway down) a month ago. I didn't mention comfort, but I have taken steps the last couple of years to make sure a lack of comfort doesn't contribute to a lack of patience.
Good thoughts, even if I am more of a word guy than a number guy.
When [url="http://www.EverydayHunter.com"]"The Everyday Hunter"[/url] isn't hunting, he's thinking about hunting, talking about hunting, dreaming about hunting, writing about hunting, or wishing he were hunting.