No. Because I can work them into the narrative and players don't feel compelled to use short rest powers or focus point powers every encounter. They save them for appropriately tough encounters and I as a DM can work into the narrative when a player can refocus or take a short rest if I want to make them feel harried. They can still use what I like to call a ramp up where they unload a bunch of power at once against a very tough big encounter limited only by focus points remaining and or short rest powers remaining which they can save for that big ramp up. The power ramp up is a very important element of story-telling in my opinion. Players have to have ways to take the fights from the standard fight that is generally easily defeated where they use very few resources to the I blew off absolutely everything I had to barely win.Do you have the same issue with the 5e battle master short rest maneuvers? They're short rest powers! So are 5e warlock spells. Doesn't PF2 have focus abilities, and you can regain focus with a short 10 minute rest?
I'm very much a story-telling DM, it's all about the story for me. Whether that's 5e or 4e, or even PF2, maybe in the future.