If You Go Twice As Slow, You’ll Get There On Time.

This happens every morning in every big city on the planet.

This happens every morning in every big city on the planet.

Somebody is late. They drive as fast as they can. But the red light stops them. They puff, sweat, curse, and impatiently wiggle their leg. As soon as the green light goes on, they speed up, only to stop at the next red light. This continues indefinitely.

Whereas the person who doesn’t rush (even if they’re also late) and drives calmly, stopping at every red light, gets there at the same time as someone who rushes.

Try it—time yourself.

It turns out, the only thing you buy when you’re rushing is more stress.

Takeaway?

If you go twice as slow, you’ll still get there on time.

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