Be consistent

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With all the skills in our toolbox (learned, earned and acquired) the most important is consistency.

Being consistent and more importantly, sticking to it is one of the hardest skills.

Steve Jobs would not release a product (in fact he canceled launches) if it did not meet his high levels of quality. He was consistent with this throughout his career.

Being consistent is about doing what you said you were going to do, long after the time or place or scenario you were in when you said you were going to do it.

You have to commit to be consistent. You have to continue with the routines or methods even when you don’t feel like it.

The moment you think you don’t need to maintain what you are doing anymore, is the moment when everything is about to end.

BL

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