Take a cue from a professional olympic weightlifter or sprinter:  Slow down.

Yes, to move heavier weights sometimes slow tempos and pauses are employed to make lifters aware of faulty positions and patterns.

Speed athletes can’t run at top end speed everyday. So they increase their daily volume of work at much slower intensities.  They’ll even do postural drills where they don’t even move.

Take a page from these sporting activities:  slow down to speed up.

Sometimes you have to take breaks in your work to recharge your battery.  Doing so will allow you to do more work in the long run.

Anything worth doing is worth doing well.  It’s really hard to produce quality through haste.

Stop what you are doing and take a deep breath and realize that the world could be passing by and you are missing out on it.