A more wise and experienced professional never seems to be in much of a rush. From what they have learned, they remain secure in their approach and actions. Very little seems to surprise them or push them to panic whatsoever. They’ve been there before and they set their own pace for success in the present moments.
Admire and observe the veteran, the professional that has advanced their knowledge and perspective to walk through life calmly and efficiently rather than race from one issue to the next. Be most impressed with the one that produces and adapts with ease. Those that exude a sense of self-assuredness and confidence while holding to a steady pace. They are not is a race for time, they are in pursuit of the simplest way to excel, no matter the task.
Be cautious yourself as you feel the need to rush from one act to another so that you can keep up or stay ahead. Pause to pursue to learn and to improve in your early days of novel actions required, much as an apprentice would do in following a master craftsman. Aim to discover the simplest of ways to a pace that affords excellence with ease. Never rush to failure, there is no future in doing so. Set yourself to a pace.
“Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is her patience.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson —