My daughter started kindergarten a few months ago, and I usually take her to school in the morning. Most mornings we make it school just in time. I feel like I have to constantly keep my daughter focused and moving in the morning so we can make it. I started saying, “Put your hurry pants on,” which seems to work in getting my daughter to go faster. But upon reflection, I decided I didn’t want my daughter to hurry, but I did want her to move quickly. There’s a difference, but it’s a fine line between the two. My approach to my work is the same: I want to work quickly but I do not want to hurry.