It’s better to wait for [the right] timing and have things fall into place rather than rush ahead and have them fall apart. (Paraphrase of Adam Cappa, contemporary singer-songwriter)

In our rush to get things done, we sometimes are inclined to jump ahead, skipping some important steps, and hurrying to complete the project. There often is a better time, a “right time,” to move ahead, and waiting for that time will likely bring a better result. Impatience may cost more time if you have to redo the work. Patience is difficult but essential for the best outcome.

Finishing is better than starting. Patience is better than pride (Ecclesiastes 7:8).