Haste makes waste. Accordingly, the histories of all great leaders of the world are the witness that haste makes waste. Therefore, they neither committed any mistake nor advised anyone to do so. As a matter of fact, haste represents a lack of proper planning, observation of facts, impatience, and judgment. Moreover, it represents anxiousness and carelessness. This inevitably yields flawed results coupled with shame, loss of time, money, and resources.
Achieving targeted results requires in sighted planning and properly organized strategy. The greatest leader and messenger of the world- THE HOLY PROPHET (PBUH) never did anything in haste. He advised consultation and investigation in all decisions. He won wars with strategy. Each and every action that HE (PBUH) performed was wise.
Rushing to do actions may cause mistakes that waste more time than it would have been taken by proceeding carefully. Hence, the result of hastier actions is always uncertain and unpredictable. In this era of competition and fast technology, hasty and wrong decisions do let one meet the present day societal challenges. The very fact is quite evident from the pre-emptive attack of the USA on Iraq. At the end of the day, the USA got nothing useful out of it. Instead, the economy of the USA affected badly. This is how one hasted action resulted in multiple unpredictable bad outcomes.
To conclude, doing anything in haste eventually results in destitute. The result of hasted actions is relentless. Hasted actions yield loss of anything that is done in haste. Hence proved that haste makes waste. Therefore, historians never commit any mistake. They won by strategy and planning. Each and every action of historians are with strategy and wiseness.
Twenty-first-century witness that all good companies and businessmen have hired strategist and planners. These planners plan very well for these companies. This shows that these great people do not do anything in haste.