With busy work schedules and family life where events sometimes change on a minute by minute basis it can be difficult to slow down when going afield. However nature works on a different time scale than the modern human. Events such as getting water or moving to another feeding location are measured in hours not minutes.
Often times an inexperienced hunter or one that has just come off a hectic schedule will not have the patience that is required to hunt. Spot and stalk hunting a ridge can take four to six hours before game will start moving around. Announcing there "is no game in that valley" after fifteen minutes of glassing is usually wrong. When hunting take the time to hurry up and slow down.