4 Steps to Consistency

    Reaching a goal isn’t the hard part; staying consistent is! Why work so hard for only a short period of time? Just because you accomplish one thing, why should you stop there? We have a long life to live! We might as well work as hard as we can and stay consistent throughout the whole thing right? I started my first business when I was in 8th grade, and now I have 5 websites and some other businesses as well. I constantly stay busy and I can barely satisfy myself. Just because I developed one business at a young age didn’t mean I had to stop there. I never want to stay comfortable; I’m always thinking of other businesses and opportunities that I can create just because I simply want to live my life to the fullest! And you should want to as well! I’m going to share with you a simple daily guide that I’ve developed in order to stay consistent with my success on a daily basis. 

·    Set daily goals
·    Educate yourself
·    Meditation
·    Self evaluation

Each and every day, you should write down daily goals. The purpose for daily goals is to keep you motivated and to also provide an easier way to break things down in your life. Instead of focusing on big goals for the future, start off with small daily goals so you can accomplish one after the other, and get use to continuing that cycle. It will make you feel good to set a goal, reach it, and repeat the process. You also need to educate yourself. What you put into yourself is what you’ll get out of it, so take the time to learn; read multiple sources daily: books, magazines, internet, etc. Perfect example, I personally love reading the dictionary daily, it expands my intellect and exposes my brain to words it never would have been introduced to if I didn’t read the dictionary. This also allows me to stay sharp with my vocabulary as well. I also suggest that you meditate daily. It doesn’t have to be anything too complex, just enough to reflect over your day and think about what you could have been done differently. And last but not least, you must be willing to evaluate yourself! This stage means being honest with your inner being and making any necessary adjustments in your life that are needed; the moment of truth! If you’re open to constructive criticism, it will only help you develop your weaknesses and improve your inner being in the long run.

I can say this, if you make the 4 tasks listed above a daily habit and a part of your lifestyle, you won’t regret it. Once you’ve programmed yourself to go through these steps daily, staying consistent will have no choice but to follow you!