The importance of operating within the bounds of a “20 Mile March”

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. ”

Published by dipsviewpoints

Tech geek , gourmet , preacher and seeker of motivation

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