Heard of the 20-mile march?
This is about two teams who were heading to the South Pole. On foot.
One team would march 20 miles every day, no matter the weather.
Snow, hail, rain, sleet, wind, whatever else there is in Antarctica – didn’t matter to them.
20 miles ahead they marched.
The other team?
They’d strategize, and some days cover 50 miles, while on others with bad weather, they’d huddle together and stay put.
The first team won. The second team did not even survive, let alone complete their journey.
Both teams had the same equipment, and the same skillsets.
The learning for me? Consistency rewards like nothing else. No point waiting for the perfect sunny day. Every day is an opportunity. Remember GUDUSUNGU? 🙂