Table of Contents
Chapter 1: What Is Consistency? 11
Give Consistency Its Credit 12
Stay Steady 14
Chapter 2: Why Does Consistency Matter? 17
Consistency In Life And Business 17
All Consistency Can Bring You 19
Self Control is Key 22
Chapter 3: Why You Shouldn’t Treat Consistency As All Or Nothing 25
Always & Never 26
It Is A Challenge 28
Chapter 4: How Small Steps Lead To Big Results 32
Take Your Time 32
Compile The Small Things 34
Chapter 5: How To Not Quit Being Consistent 37
Take Care of Yourself 41
Chapter 6: Consistency And Habits: How They Link 44
How To Change Habits 45
Chapter 7: What Can Consistency Give You? 49
Change Your “YOU” View 50
Chapter 8: How To Be Consistent No Matter Who You Are 54
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The post office is consistent. The nightly news is consistent. Unfortunately, the IRS is consistent. These are all entities that get their jobs done without being told to and they have acted correctly for generations now. They don’t need to be guided, they don’t need to be told what to do. They know their purpose and the task at hand and they complete it on their own, free of mentorship and usually assistance.
Throughout your life, you have met with and worked with plenty of people and business entities that have and have not been consistent. You have experienced the good and bad of consistency. You have people who are always late and you have people who are always on time, sometimes even early. You have companies that deliver their goods and services on time without any issues and you have others who have to be called and hounded to accomplish a very simple task that they promised to you weeks ago.
You know that a life with consistency is much calmer and easier because there are no surprises. YOu know what is promised and you know that you can expect that promise to be done without any hassle.
You also know that a life without consistency is the opposite. You are always on your toes, you are always a bit anxious, you are always feeling like the other shoe is going to drop and you are going to have to do extra work because you cannot count on people.
As you can imagine, all of this can have both a positive and negative impact on the relationships in your life. Building connections with people who are and are not consistent can be both rewarding and very challenging. And you might find that you’re the type of person who cannot have a meaningful friendship or relationship without someone who will not deliver on promises and cannot keep up their end of any deals.
This is why consistency is so important. On the surface, some people don’t see it as a very important characteristic and value in life but, in reality, it’s crucial. It can make or break relationships and personal lives but it can also make or break businesses and your financial future and wellbeing.
In the chapters ahead, we will take a deeper dive into what consistency is. By doing so, we will examine the ways you see it – and the ways you don’t – in the real world and the influence it has had on you and your money and your life at home and at work. They say that trust is the most important thing you can earn with other people and that is definitely the truth. Trust is a major component of consistency. Therefore, consistency is one of the most important things you can give someone else. Let’s explore why – and let’s help you become the consistent person you can
Chapter 1: What Is Consistency?
Consistency: “conformity in the application of something, typically that which is necessary for the sake of logic, accuracy, or fairness.”
That right there is the most definitive definition of consistency. When you look at it that way, it all feels rather simple and easy to put into your own life. It seems like it would be easy to be consistent and only rely upon and grow close with consistent people, right?
Well, not so fast. It’s not nearly as easy as you might think.
There are far too many people who think that truly being consistent will be a breeze. It’ll be so easy to practice this concept and make it a regular part of my life, they think. I can be a consistent person with ease and once I start doing it, I’ll never stop, they tell themselves. But that is simply not the truth.
Give Consistency Its Credit
The truth is that not enough people give consistency enough credit. But although it is sometimes disregarded and underestimated as an important life strategy, consistency has helped many people succeed and can do the same for you.
So, what is consistency, precisely? Not the definition or the vague description that we gave earlier. What does real consistency in a real life look and feel like? And what does it result in? What are some honest instances of consistency?
Let’s start with what consistency isn’t. Being consistent does not entail giving in or continuing with a situation that is not beneficial to you, your relationship, your profession, or more. It doesn’t imply that you have to adhere to customs or principles that are obsolete in the modern age. Because, things are changing in the globe considerably more quickly than they have in the past.
No, maintaining continuity does not imply refusing to adapt to the times. There are far too many people in the world who are consistent in all the wrong ways. Being consistent doesn’t mean you get to be hateful or hurting to others, even if you don’t know them or understand them. That is not being consistent or “true to yourself”, that is just being cruel.
To do what always works requires consistency in principle and practice. It entails continuing with time-tested methods that get the job done, no matter what that job is. When what you’re doing is effective, there’s no need to change it solely because the newest politician, business tycoon, or life coach says you should. It’s about cutting through all the noise and temptations of get-itdone- quick schemes and methods and doing only what will really work and deliver the best results, again and again.
When you see the success of someone in the world of business, it’s not always because they were trying to shake up the world, think outside the box, and do something brand spanking new.
Most times, you will find that these billionaires and world class experts find their success because they do what works. They keep it simple, they keep their eyes on the prize, they find a method to get what they want and they stick to it. That is consistency. And it has helped many people find great success throughout history.
Staying steady and dependable is another aspect of consistency. To see results, you must consistently put in the effort. This holds true for all aspects of your life, including your career, personal, and social lives. For instance, consistently hitting the gym three times per week is far preferable to working out hard every single day and eventually wearing out if you’re trying to get in shape. You must put in the effort, and outcomes will come. There is simply no getting around that.
This is an important part of being consistent: you are not always doing it for other people. Sometimes, you are being consistent only for yourself. Being consistent to yourself relates to multiple things. For example, it has to do with sticking to a diet and treating your body well, going to bed at a reasonable hour, keeping up with your hobbies, continuing to contact and be close to the people you love, and treating yourself every now and again.
When you start to be consistent in this part of your life and are consistent to not only others but yourself, you will start to live a happier, more rewarding life.
What are some effective strategies you may use to introduce consistency into your life? Think about losing weight. Do you believe it is preferable to continuously eat healthily with sweet snacks from time to time in moderation, resulting in slower but more lasting weight loss, or to engage in a series of dramatic crash diets followed by binges?
Becoming consistent is about knowing what consistency is and then taking a step back and figuring out how to practice it in the real world, both to yourself and to others. Now that we know what consistency is, let’s talk about what is so important and what it matters and then how you can do little things, again and again, to make yourself consistent.
Chapter 2: Why Does Consistency Matter?
What is it about consistency that makes it so vital in both your life and your business? For a number of reasons, actually. When you take a good, long, hard look at consistency you will see how it can help you in many facets of your life.
Consistency can help us cut through the noise in a world where we require self-control and self-discipline to concentrate on the things that are important to us. But you must use discipline if you wish to develop a truly planned habit. And this discipline prevents you from deviating from your course. This is the prime reason why consistency matters so much.Other Details
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