My mom always watched me clumsily rush to get things done as quick as possible. She would put a hand on my arm while it was flailing around, and said "Less haste, and more speed"
Solving problems gets faster when you know what you're doing. That wisdom takes time. If you're rushing to finish things and it barely works, the learning is going to be teaching yourself wrong, which is less preferable to not learning at all.
Take your time, do it right; less haste, more speed.
A friend of mine said something that stuck with me
"Speed comes from familiarity"
Don't rush things like you said!
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