Consistency

The outcome is not guaranteed.

Many times I’ve been sloppy and still got the desired outcome. Other times I’ve done it all right and still had a poor result.

One thing I’m learning from this. When I am consistent, it is always better.

When I’m consistent the poor outcomes push me to dig deeper, to learn more, to find the influencing factor that I was unaware of.

When I’m consistent the good outcomes encourage me to keep going.

Inconsistency breeds fear and doubt, makes the whole situation high in tension.

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