Sprinting can be fun.

You get somewhere fast.

It stimulates important mood-regulating hormones and neurotransmitters.

Sprinting is also inefficient.

You can only travel in a relatively straight line.

You will not get very far at a sustained sprint.

The key to effectively leveraging a sprint is to bookend it with walking.

Walking allows you to be agile with your direction.

After a sprint, it reminds you what sustainable speeds feel like.

Thoughtful leaders actively manage the sprint:walk ratio of their team.

When performance dips, the tendency is to consider enhancing sprint capacity.

In a world of over-sprinting, the important consideration is optimizing walk capacity.

Think equal, build smart, innovate for change, and drink coffee,

-Morning Cup