How fast can you go?
This is different from the question we ask ourselves most days at work. Careers are often seen as marathons, designed to last as long as we do.
Sprinting—for an hour, a week or a month—develops a different perspective. It helps us understand our upper limit, establishing a performance setting that reminds us of what’s possible.
Not sprinting randomly, erratically, after shiny objects. Sprinting with intent, in a particular direction…
No one can sprint all the time. By its nature, that’s not sprinting. But sprinting now and then is a useful way to learn that we can make an even bigger difference.
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