Race Across America's finish line was an euphoric moment for me. The project was successfully completed. Thanks to me and many people who supported me. On site and remotely. During the race and during preparations. In the port of Annapolis, on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, I danced with my team with joy. We completed our stay by visiting Washington and New York. Families and friends were waiting for us at the airport in Warsaw. It was a time to celebrate, without setting next goals.
There is a kind of trap here. There was a long preparation, then the race, success, celebration ... and then it was over. Something has ended. There is a certain void. A kind of shock. The routine that has followed over the last few years is no longer there. The so-called "five minutes" and you need to get back to your duties quickly. This is not easy. Huge challenge. Just don't let it go to your heads.
It is time to define what this end will be the beginning of. What did this whole story give me? What have I learned? How can I use it?
There were some things like that...
In concluding this 10-stage (plus prologue) story, I would like to point out that what I wrote is only my own experience. There is nothing here that I have only read or heard. Pure practice.
Maybe someone will be inspired by this knowledge.
Maybe someone will use some technique.
Maybe it will be just a curiosity for someone.
Anyway, sometimes it's worth dreaming up something a little scary, because ...