How much hurrying is ever really necessary or frutiful? Isn’t hurrying just a way of mindlessly obeying an infantile, clamoring ego, either ours or someone else’s? If hurrying ever does create “extra” time, we hardly know what to do with it; we’re so exhausted from hurrying that we can only vegetate or at best seek out more pointless activities that demand even more hurrying.
The body tends to know when hurrying is really necessary. Trust that, and allow everything else to slow down.