2. Go Slow to Go Fast
At first glance, NASCAR seems to be all about speed, with cars
frequently exceeding 200 mph. But what's often missed is the methodical
effort that goes into traveling at such incredible speeds. Between
races, shops are full of mechanics and engineers who do lots of
testing, pore over data, make myriad calibrations, and then test the
adjustments before doing it all over again. They take the slow time to
get things just right, which results in a much faster car come race day.
It's helpful to remember the motto "go slow to go fast." When we're tempted to rush from one opportunity to the next, recalling our values, considering our life goals and prayerfully discerning direction can feel like moving in slow motion. But these practices enhance our progress through life because they enable us to make choices that stick and that reap longterm rewards.