Ever heard of reflective urgency? It's the "ability to bring conscious, rapid reflection to the priorities of the moment, so as to align your best thinking with the swiftest course of action". Don't react too quickly, ending up with short-sighted decisions or superficial solutions, or too slowly, getting caught flat-footed and potentially missing an opportunity. Find the Goldilocks route, somewhere in between.
Common urgency traps include: ending one meeting prematurely, only to rush to the next one with more unfinished business; multitasking during work that requires your complete presence and full attention, which only diminishes the quality and accuracy of your output; saying yes to projects that dilute your contribution and burn your energy, when selectively saying no is the wiser choice.