Unhurried is about realising our capacity for learning and growth. It's about people getting more in tune with each other and using our human intelligence in a way that machines can't. Unhurried is not fast, it’s not slow… it’s flowing and it feels right.

Unhurried is not a lazy choice, it requires attention and commitment. Unhurried artists, inventors, leaders and performers  are more able to control their focus. They stay open to new ideas and yet pay attention to detail. They work with things as they are to create things that are more useful and satisfying.

Unhurried started in a conversation between Johnnie Moore and Antony Quinn. It’s now being practiced by friends and colleagues in different places around the world.