Hurry Sickness

A malaise in which a person feels chronically short of time, and so tends to perform every task faster and to get flustered when encountering any kind of delay
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Because I think I have allowed myself to catch the dreaded Hurry Sickness.
But we can get caught up with the haste of everything and suffer what's called hurry sickness, we lose our priorities and speed comes before everything else.
Hurry sickness is a form of stress identified by Gardner Merchant, a contract caterer which also provides services like shops and gymnasiums to companies.
Mr Phil Hooper, sales and marketing director, said: "We became aware of hurry sickness as a phenomenon.
Hurry sickness is a particular form of stress in which people become so used to rushing at work, they end up feeling they have to rush even when it is not necessary.
20) If caught up with hurry sickness, a servant leader would be ineffective in the essential qualities of listening, understanding, empathizing, and increasing awareness with broadening of perception.
Hurry sickness has been around for a while but psychologists recognise that it is now an epidemic and we need to learn how to get off the roundabout before we get terminally dizzy.