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Psychology of consistency.

Written by Sample Author 1 on March 25th, 2020.      4 comments

“Il start Monday.” Is a common thing we all say to our self when skipping gym to go out with the lads, or eating our emotions away after a shitty day at work. Why is it that you just can’t stick with that diet plan? Or training plan you got from your coach? It’s always the same case, you find yourself in a constant reincarnation of belly fat that goes away then comes back in a few months, we’ve all been there. Is there a cheat code to be consistent?
What if I told you that there is? There is a cheat code for you to organize your mind in a way that will keep you consistent in anything that you do. ‘Will Smith said in an interview. “you don’t set out to build a wall, you don’t set out to build the biggest greatest wall that’s ever been built. Rather you should set out to lay the most perfect, straightest brick that’s ever been laid in the world, each and every day, and eventually you will have a wall.”
In life we are often overwhelmed when it comes to building our own wall, looking at a goal or task and losing mentally before we have even started. If you focus too much on the overall effort and sacrifice, your mind will give you more comfortable options to reduce the anxiety. But if you were to focus on making one perfect day today. All of a sudden, the journey to your goals just became much smaller. Make a perfect day every day and you will be perfect. It’s as simple as that. This will still take a little bit of discipline to practice, but its far easier to discipline yourself for a day, then to think about discipline for a whole year. 
So practice this, my dearest Monday start overs. Make today perfect, each and every day, and eventually you will have a perfect wall.
 

4 Comments

Yang says ...
Such inspiring message. Lot of people has bee through exactly the same situation during pandemic. Besides we should also think that there are a lot of things to fight for.


Yang | professional electrician
Ruflo says ...
The human mental system strives to avoid inconsistency and develops various mechanisms to move from a dissonant, inconsistent state to a more harmonious state.
It surely hits smoothly, you have great points.

Regards from our roof mending team in Wellington.


Dante says ...
house building: A consistent person does what they say they're going to do. It means you can trust them to call when they say they're going to call, or they'll show up when they say they're going to show up. The same goes on exercise, those who are consistent only are able to achieve the body they desire to have.
Alice says ...
I love how consistency is being pointed out on this discussion. Maintenance or consistency is not something ordinary people can od, it requires dedication.

alice
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