Hurry not to grow followers, rather to grow the level of your inputs.

Hurry not to create an impact, rather in a hurry to learn.

Hurry not waiting for your stocks to perform, rather in a to be a disciplined investor.

Hurry not to make money, rather to figure out what you’re good at and what makes you happy.

It turns out, hurry compounds. However, if we hurry in the wrong direction, the right results would rarely have a chance to come out.