You are not a Race Car

You are not a Race Car. Race Cars can go fast but they are known to crash. The goal should be going as fast as you can without crashing.
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Have you ever seen someone work on their computer with just their keyboard?  They work fast; fast like a Race Car.

I am not one of these people that have mastered this skill and I don’t expect you are one either.

You are not a Race Car. Race Cars can go fast but they are known to crash. The goal should be going as fast as you can without crashing.

Making a mistake is the key indicator that you should slow down. Getting good at cleaning up after a car crash is not a solution to your problem. This is a waste of time as you are overlooking the root cause of the problem.

It is not just about going fast.

Things done quickly usually end up being done wrong. That is unless your process is standardized and mistake proof allowing you to go fast. Only set the cruise as fast as you can without crashing the car.

Consistency is the key to the engine.

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