It’s ok to go slow

I mean, what’s the benefit of rushing unless you have a clear idea of what you’re doing and know exactly were are you going (just like in a race, where you have practiced and know exactly the track and now you’re just trying to do it faster), but if you don’t really know and are discovering the path, take your time, learn along the way, and keep moving. There’s an old saying from where I’m from: “Slowly that I’m in a hurry”.

Or in Daniel Tiger terms:

”Do your best, your best is the best for you.”

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