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- Why is it so hard to stay consistent?
- Uncommon Discipline
Consistency can sometimes be achieved through inconsistency. As long as it's done correctly. Consistency is NOT about perfection.
«Inconsistency can also help us avoid burnout. When we try to be consistent all the time, we can quickly become overwhelmed and exhausted»
What Warren Buffet's $300,000 haircut can teach us about success, compounding, and sustainable well-being. Consistency is the key.
«the law of compounding gains, which goes something like this: small investments made consistently over time build upon themselves and, eventually, amount to something big.»
I’m planning to write more, to publish, maybe daily and it has me thinking about the topic of consistency. So maybe you want to write more too, or study more, or get to the gym, or prioritize…
«Anyone can publish every day if they decide to let what they publish be imperfect. As Seth Godin says, “show me all of your bad writing.”»
In our pursuit of improvement, we’re often told consistency is key. But obsessing over productivity means ignoring how our days vary – and how we vary within them
«When we recognise there will be inevitable distractions, curveballs, and interruptions, we can be better placed to work with them.»
Extraordinary results come from ordinary people with uncommon discipline.
«this is one of our best episodes ever. We explore the drama triangle, the power of the whole body yes»
Creative people are anything but boring, but the creative process itself involves a lot of mundane work and boring consistency.
One of the most powerful biases that causes us to act contrary to our own interest is the bias toward commitment and consistency. Let's check it out.
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