"Anything worth doing is worth doing slowly." Do you agree with this statement?
We must not hasten in any work, our elder use to say it. Do you agree with it?
Might be possible because masses can never accept the truth unless or until it is proved (-
No. There are skills, and these, especially when well worked out, suffer from delay. Like typing on a keyboard: you'd make more mistakes if looking to particular keys, being a skilled typist - the natural pace is best with proficiency.
The statement has some truth. However, if you are always slow, you might miss some great opportunities.
I don't know about doing it slowly, but anything worth doing is worth doing it well.
It depends on your personality, I am very impatient person so I do everything, even the things I am passionate about quickly, sometimes my writing may suffer, but so far I don't have too many complaints:)
I need to keep my interest high to achieve the best result and I find out the similar pattern in my students 'with learning difficulties'
No, not always Dr.Anupma. Many things, worth doing, are to be done as fast as possible. For example, giving first aid to a sick person.
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by Ciel Clark 5 years ago
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"Creativity takes courage". Why? Do you agree with this statement?
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