No time to rush

There are barely 15 minutes left for the next meeting. Perhaps, it makes sense to rush through the conversation we’re having with a parent, a sibling or a spouse.

But what if the process of rushing itself got in the way of our conversation itself? What about the cost of rushing? On a hike, have you noticed how when we walk twice as fast as our regular speed, we only observe half as much?

Rushing often entails a hidden cost. At times, this cost can be high enough to offset our frantic speed.

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