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The Consistency Conundrum!

At exactly 5:55am PST time my zoom video comes on for my M-F 6:00am team meeting.

At this meeting, we discuss things that are NOT related to work.

Vacation plans, families, Elon and sometimes even politics.

These meetings are NOT mandatory yet they have a 92% attendance rate. • They are fun. • They are safe. • It’s my swanky take on the “office water cooler” minus the toxic gossip.

I’ve been doing this for 10 months (consistent)

Humans are often impulsive and do things without defining our motivations.

Why do YOU want to be consistent?

For me it’s all a matter of building 𝗧𝗥𝗨𝗦𝗧!

Consistency is the key to success in many areas of life.

But it looks differently for everyone.

Unfortunately, being consistent isn’t always easy but it gets easier if you define your motivations.

Let’s jump in!


Make a Flippin’ Plan (and Stick to It) The big hurdle to consistency is lack of planning. If you’re just winging it, chances are you’ll end up lost and distracted. So, sit yourself down, grab a pen and paper, and map out your grand ambitions.

Write down your goals, create a timeline, and break it down into bite-sized chunks. Once you’ve got your plan, stick to it. It’s okay to make adjustments along the way, but don’t deviate too far from your original plan or you’ll risk losing momentum


↔ Find an Accountability Buddy Sometimes, the best way to stay consistent is to have someone else holding you accountable. Find a friend or family member who shares your goals and work together to stay on track.

Check in with each other regularly, share your progress, and offer support and encouragement. Knowing that someone’s got their eye on you can light a fire under your behind and keep you on the straight and narrow.

↔ Celebrate Small Wins

Consistency isn’t all about those big, shiny achievements. It’s about the small, everyday wins that add up over time. So, when you conquer a week of workouts without breaking a sweat, treat yourself to a new workout outfit or a slice of chocolate cake.

When you make progress on that massive project, take a break and do a happy dance. Celebrating these little milestones keeps you jazzed up and focused on the bigger picture.


↔ Embrace Imperfection Finally, it’s important to remember that nobody is perfect. Consistency isn’t about never slipping up or making mistakes. It’s about getting back on track when you do.

Accept that there will be setbacks and challenges along the way. When life throws you a curveball, take a deep breath, shake it off, and jump right back into the game.


To recap: ↘ A little bit of planning ↘ A dash of accountability ↘ Some celebration ↘ A healthy dose of self-acceptance

Now to follow my own advice! 😑

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