It’s not what you do SOME of the time. It’s what you do MOST of the time that matters.
I’ve been saying that phrase for years and it becomes clearer to me every day.
I cannot think of a single purposeful endeavor in which consistency isn’t an essential ingredient for success.
Very different from the motivational mantra of, “massive action solves all problems.”
Massive action is great but only insofar as it’s sustainable. Otherwise, small actions stacked up over time is the better path.
A short snippet from a recent keynote explains:
The equivalent of “60 hours a year from 10 minutes a day” can be applied to anything in life, and in most cases, it’s how extraordinary results are actually achieved.