Always in a Hurry? 12 Ways to Stop Being in Such a Rush
In order to change the behavior of constantly rushing, first you need to be mindful of when you are most likely to rush, says A.J. Marsden, PhD, a psychology professor at Beacon College in Leesburg, Florida. Ask yourself: “Are you more likely to rush during your morning routine, during boring or routine tasks, or before your workouts? Knowing when you have a tendency to rush will help you pinpoint the reasons for your rushing.” This will help you avoid creating emergencies for yourself, which leads us to her second suggestion.