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... is profound and underrated. Little things done repeatedly lead to big changes in our lives.
If you can learn to do something consistently, you'll believe that you’re completely capable of changing your behavior.
Doing a little consistently is always going to be more effective than doing a lot but inconsistently.
Inconsistency will most likely kill your confidence and your ability to succeed in a creative career or any creative endeavor.
Momentum is based on the idea that an object in motion stays in motion.
Having something that you do every single day actually reduces decision fatigue and increases your willpower.
For example, if you eat the same breakfast every day, you will not waste your willpower figuring out what you want to eat for breakfast.
Consistency helps turn habits into a part of your identity.
If you're consistent, whatever you’re doing goes from being an item on your to-do list to a part of who you are. This relates to the formation of identity-based habits.
With consistency, we move from a place of conscious incompetence to unconscious competence.
The truth is that almost nobody has superhuman discipline.
The discipline to do something on a consistent basis is a learned skill. It’s a lifelong work in progress that that requires constant iteration and experimentation.
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