The 20 mile march is all about taking consistent action so we can reach a specific goal. For Roald Amundsen it was trudging 20 miles every day until he and his team reached the South Pole. For you it may be completing your book manuscript. Helping your team reach record sales. Or getting into shape.
But what happens once you reach the finish line of your 20 mile march? What happens then?
It’s a great question to ask yourself. You need to have an idea of what you’ll do after accomplishing your current goal.
I have a few suggestions on what to do after completing the journey of the 20 mile march:
Take A Break: It takes a lot of work to go 20 miles every day. Day after day. You’ve exerted a lot of effort to get to the end. There needs to be a time of rest.