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running faster often feels like working harder. “If I’m not panting,” he said, “I don’t think I’m working.”

It’s a lousy strategy: It feeds the anxiety of never enough; it gets in the way of thinking clearly; and it convinces you to mistake motion for meaning.

via www.themonsterinyourhead.com

It also leads to mistaking motion for progress … sometimes we need to remember to hasten slowly to actually get stuff done.