There are three tools that can be helpful in working Step 7. The first is a small book called Drop the Rock, written by three people in recovery. It's about Steps 6 and 7 and how our primary action is to let go and let God. The book assists us in seeing the obstacles that might not otherwise be so obvious.
The second tool is doing less and being more present in life. Daily prayer and meditation can be short, simple and powerful ways to enhance our commitment and clear intention to be present and connected in life. Be willing to take pause, go inside and build a relationship with yourself beyond the chatter of your mind or your ego. This will increase sattva and bring you toward your natural state of being.
Finally, be sure that you have a replacement for what you've let go. For example, if you humbly ask God to remove impatience, you can replace that with consciously practicing kindness, consideration and respect.
Step 7 is when things really start to change. In 12 Step recovery, as well as Yoga and Ayurveda, our personalities transform as we come into balance and move toward the God of our heart. Step 7 is a powerful tool in this transformation that we can use again and again.