From a young age we are taught to be fast.
As kids, we are rewarded for being the athlete with the greatest speed. At university, we are examined under time pressure. And in business life, CEOs incentivize and promote those senior executives who can get new ideas to market more quickly than competitors.
But what if speed is the wrong measure for success?
What if, instead of being fast, what matters is endurance – the ability to sustain competitive advantage longer and more dominantly than others?
Via Kenneth Mikkelsen, donhornsby