This illustrates importance of the “20 Mile March” for consistent performers

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Jim Collins from the book Great by Choice

If you want to achieve consistent performance, you need both parts of a 20 Mile March: a lower bound and an upper bound, a hurdle that you jump over and a ceiling that you will not rise above, the ambition to achieve and the self-control to hold back. “

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