Humans tend to want to move as quickly as possible at all times. The nature of keeping busy is to never stop doing something.
Whenever focus is involved, though, it's almost always better to stop what you're doing, take a deep breath, and move slower.
Think about the last time you were proud of something you created. Now think about the creation process. Was it spawned out of urgency on the first attempt? Or did you think about it, filter through your options, and revise it countless times?
I'm convinced that we do our best work when our minds are purposefully honed in on the task at hand. I'm convinced that stopping to absorb information before taking action on it thwarts emotions from intercepting the true intent.
More than anything, I'm convinced that we simply do better work when we don't try to do so much.
So slow down. You're stressing yourself out.