I have been rushing certain things within my triathlon training experience.
Since I'm new to triathlon I have found myself with a need to rush! In a rush to find biking partners, to find out everything there is to know about gear, the right things to wear, to plan my spring training etc.... I find my myself basically stressing over these issues week after week.
I have recently realized (after reading a great article from a champion triathlete) that I should not be rushing anything. I need to let things happen naturally and when the time is right. If I rush everything things might not happen the way they are suppose to.
Acknowledging to myself that I've been rushing things has come as a relief to me. I'm going to just keep my nose to the grindstone and let things happen around me while I train very hard. I will, of course, take normal actions towards everyday life but I will not expect anything to happen right away. I have a lot faith in myself and the choices that I make. So, I can be comfortable with how things happen on their own.