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2. Builds a higher level of trust

2. Builds a higher level of trust

The level of trust you have with yourself shows up in the level of trust others have with you. Being consistent will help build momentum. This means you’ll also feel good about what you’re working towards.

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MORE IDEAS FROM 5 Reasons Why Consistency is an Important Habit

1. Develops discipline and self-control

Forming a new habit can be challenging because it’s easier to go back to what you’re comfortable with. Your ability to be consistent requires self-control, which means you don’t allow yourself to get off track while staying focused on incremental improvement. This will help you develop the discipline required to keep going.

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3. ast track your improvement

Consistency will lead to progress , which can speed up the achievement of what you want. This will build your self-confidence, which will help you set bigger and more challenging goals.

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4. reate accountability

Your results will reveal if you’re consistent or not. If you know you’re not on track, you can hold yourself accountable . This means you can adjust your actions or behaviours and keep progressing towards what you want.

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5. elp you stand out or be noticed.

Small actions carried out repeatedly will amount to big results over time. When you do something for a long period, you will differentiate yourself from those who aren’t consistent. This can help you attract new opportunities that may not have been possible if you hadn’t been consistent.

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While our habits help us stick to good behaviour by automatic decision making. That’s not to say that your habit streak should never be broken, even if the reason is substantially good.

Our habits can do with a certain flexibility, and consistent behaviour, even after the goal is accomplished.

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Making Your Habits Stick

To make any habit stick in the long-term (keystone or not), do it regularly. 

The more often you do the habit, the more you'll get used to it, and eventually, you'll do it without thinking—the definition of a habit.

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Successful People And You

Consistent success cannot be attained by anyone without practising goal-aligned behaviours on a regular basis, and the good news is that consistency can be acquired and controlled.

There can be many factors that make highly successful people different from many of us. Natural ability, luck, access to various resources, genetics and environment, all play a big role in making someone famous and on top of their game.

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