The First Secret We’re Going to Teach You About On Your Journey to Millions:
Consistency is one of the most important things you can do to be successful. Famous minds like Warren Buffett, Steve Jobs, and Grant Cardone all say the same thing. If you want to be successful, you have to be consistent.
It’s the number one trait of any millionaire and billionaire that’s ever lived and that will ever live in the future. Think about it for a few minutes. The people who have the most stuff or money or success or fame usually do the same boring thing day in and day out. But it’s those tiny, consistent, daily actions that’s can and always make the difference.
It doesn’t matter where you are in life. It is simply making small, consistent steps, that will make a difference. Whether you work for an AC repair company, own a tow truck service, or you’re working at the bottom of the barrel at Marvel (which is cool by the way), being consistent on your dreams and goals will help you achieve them over those who just wish it.
Think about your life for a moment. What are you doing consistently or inconsistently throughout your days, weeks, and months that’s giving you the greatest pleasure or causing you the greatest pain?
For example , if you’re inconsistently pursuing greatness, then you’ll be average or little bit above average at best, but remember you will never be great.
If you do a couple of things CONSISTENTLY everyday that will help you become successful, then we can guarantee that success is bound to happen to you. Remember this: Millionaires and billionaires at times are some of the most boring people because of what they repeat every day.
But they live extraordinary life because of those daily and consistent boring actions. The cool thing is that they can do great things like travel the world, and have the nicest cars because they were consistent with those small, boring tasks everyday.
What are you going to do today that will make your life different? What are you going to start today that you didn’t start yesterday? What are you going to do right now that will make the difference 10 years from now? Why haven’t you started today?
You have to take action, and you only have today. Tomorrow is not guaranteed, but doing consistent things today is a great deposit for what’s to come in the future. Start now. Be consistent.