We confuse somethings sometimes and often make mistakes, but if we give time to things that count, they will save us time.
Give some time to think on these, and you will not regret.
This piece of thought sure has a guarantee for return on investment.
In a haste; you can omit vital things, but with speed; you’ll accomplish amazingly more than you budgeted.
Speed may be more expensive than haste, but it yields more profit and has more gain.
Proper preparation and planing may take more time and money than just jumping into a task but you may eventually come to the painful reallization that building is a lot simpler than rebuilding. The reward of going through the rigors of best practices and due process, far outweighs the spontaneous excitement of just starting a thing.
Speed and haste are not the same.
It is a good thing to invest, but have you considered the intricacies?
Hitting the accelerator on road sure moves you faster, but flying has a much wider speed advantage.
Those who go far in life often see far and one of the ways to do that is to think it through before rushing out.
Demolishing and starting over is an indication of haste or some form of omition.
The more magnificient a structure is, the more the effort, that was put into it.
It’s design and implementation would sure consume more resources but with a proper plan, even time can be saved in the long run.
What are you doing in the interim?
Are your current steps moving you towards your ultimate dream?
Do your steps portray haste or do they signify speed?
Do you have a plan at all?
At this pace, will you be in debt or out of it by three years?
Some investments have high risk while some have less. You must not be taken unaware.
Many people think they are making progress but all of a sudden, they reallize that they’ve wasted much.
True speed has no waste, but haste and waste are one.
Whenever there seems to be too many mistakes, take a closer look for haste.
Though haste seems fast and planing seems to waste time, it is the long run that tells.
A thorough person has the advantage of both efficiency and speed.
Take time to think your way through then when moving, use both style and speed.
I would rather be found speeding than to get trapped in haste.
Quantity sounds like quality but they’re simply not the same.
Haste may as well look like speed but don’t make that mistake.
Or I could rather say; don’t mistake them for the same.
Haste can cause an accident but speed can land you safe.