When you train for something, you build capacity.
You do not train for a task by repeatedly doing the task without differentiation.
A marathoner does not train by running daily marathons.
Requisite to any training plan is a timeline.
The timeline creates accountability.
It establishes an end-date at which point you evaluate your capacity.
Training without a timeline is like parachuting off the back of a couch.
You have everything you need, but you will never utilize the capacity you have built.
Training is a means, not an end.
The solution to your problem is not training.
The solution is defined by a net-new outcome derived through increased capacity.
This outcome is bound and shaped by a timeline.
Training does not solve problems.
Clearly defined capacities for future performance solve problems.
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