Consistency with blogging drives traffic.
Consistency with learning increases knowledge and skills.
Consistency with clients – keeps them and drives referrals.
Consistency with faith – keep believing in self drives confidence.
Consistency leads to growth on many levels. Being consistent is not easy, distractions or overwhelm can reduce consistency.
Delegation enhances and supports consistency. How often do you spend hours on something and realize that if you delegated it to someone who was an expert OR better at it, that same task could be completed in half the time?
Consistency leads to expectations. When one is consistent, and clients become accustom to your being that way, they will come to expect it. If you don’t deliver, that could cause them to wonder if you can handle it. Delegate – enhance consistency.
Consistency leads to inspiration. Think about how inspired you are to try harder when you are consistently meeting challenges and rewarded for those accomplishments.
Consistency with delegation leads to growth. Overwhelm is reduced.
Overwhelm may still exist because once you delegate, additional time becomes available to acquire more clients, start that project you have been trying to get to, or maybe start writing that book – consistency is needed once again.
What is keeping you from delegating?
Are you consistent some of the time, why is that?
What are important consistencies in your day-to-day?
What distractions get in the way of being consistent?