It’s the things we do consistently throughout our lives that define us.
Small, incremental efforts over long periods of time are much more meaningful than large, significant efforts sustained for only a short time.
When we see someone who is successful, we rarely give them credit for their preparation to get to where they are.
We don’t see the years of consistent hard work and sacrifice that they put in.
We want to believe that there’s a shortcut that will make our path easier.
We don’t want to put in the hard work and dedication that will allow us to become great.
Consistency leads to more predictable performance.
Consistency allows you to be a more predictable leader.
Consistency leads to durable happiness and long-term success.