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It's hard to be consistent because we tend to focus on the outcome more than the process. Put another way, we're more drawn to the positive feelings of outcomes rather than the struggle of the journey


. Most of us quit during the struggle before we can experience the rewards of staying the course.


How do you perform consistently?


Get physical for productivity. Let's start with your physical well-being. ...


Achieve a balanced life. Being a workaholic won't help you perform at the highest level. ...


Don't Let Self-Doubt Creep in Until After You've Accomplished Your Process Goals. ...


What makes someone consistent?


To be consistent you have to make sure that you recognize when you don't reach the standards and goals that you've set. In these moments, consider if your goals are realistic or ask yourself what you can do to improve. On your schedule or calendar, check off tasks that you have completed.


The notion of chasing the dream and not the competition presents a challenge. Its about keeping a delicate balance between competing and wanting to win while at the same time not focusing on the winning or others you compete against.


1. Reaching your dream can give you money automatically


This first one is my favourite because it’s poorly understood.


2. Money can go as quick as it comes


Now I probably shouldn’t say this but one thing I love about money is that it shows who people really are.


3. Achieving a goal feels much better


The sad thing is that having lots of money actually doesn’t feel that good, in fact, there is no such thing as enough money — this is why dreams are more important


Everyone has the ability to dream, but not everyone has the willingness to truly chase their dreams. When people aren't living their dreams they often have limited belief systems. ... Dream chasing is for those who dare to take a chance to believe, that their dream is something more, than a thought or possibility.

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