Action - Part 3 - Commitment for Consistency

Being clear about your action for desire result will put you in the top 5% of high achievers. In order to reach the top 1% all you have to do is to be consistent in those actions.

Starting, however, does not lead to results; finishing what you started does. You finish by being committed to what you started.

Consistency is regularity - doing some action at periodic intervals. This typically would be at the same time in the same place every day. Yet it doesn't have to be everyday; it could be every other day or every Tuesday and Thursday, as long as it is regular. Doing practice irregularly is not a commitment. Once the schedule is selected, the challenge is to stick with it - not to miss the appointed time. This is the first measure of commitment.

The second measure is to make a commitment for a specific period of time; that is, choose do the practice for thirty days, sixty days, ninety days, or even 100 days (Give actions sufficient time to play out first). Notice the level of your success, accordingly decide upon another action (or keep effective actions; remove ineffective ones or continue with the same action) and make another commitment.

If you’re in a CRAP, maintaining consistency will help you come out of it. Even better, with time, what you do consistently becomes routine. Remember, “A little progress every day adds up to big results.”

Be patient with the process.

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