This is a good thing. It means you have a visoin for something that may take a little time because it’s so good or has many elements that need to line up for your experience to happen.
Consider this: one of the reasons you may have not had something realized in the past is because you started out posing a question, but when the delivery wasn’t quick enough, you abandoned it for a lesser, more practical question – thus shifting your focus (request).
Stick to it. Repetition is not a bad thing. It’s consistent. It shows you have established belief and expectation and it provides sufficient time for the best delivery to occur.
And…if you need a quick result and nothing is happening, examine how you tweak the precise wording of your statement to better express your true desire. If you need inspiration on how to tweak your question language – pose that as a question for the day and see what happens!