? How To Be Consistent ?Ruth-Ellen
Why did I decide to write a post about how to be consistent when I am not consistent. And here lies the problem.
I am consistent
I consistently go gym
I consistently get up
I consistently make food for my kids
Consistently means something different to different people
And that difference made me totally hate the word consistency
My hate for consistency
Honestly, I used to dislike the phrase ‘be consistent’ or the word ‘consistency; it’s bandied around way too much.
Almost like it’s the secret sauce that can make Kale taste like succulent brown stew chicken.
Which it can’t!
To be clear kale will never be anything close to brown stew chicken.
You’re lucky if Kale taste even 10% like Ghana Kenkey
Yes, the word consistency is dry.
Let me tell you, consistency is as appealing as dry toast that has been pissed on and left over night. I avoided the word because it smelt foul and almost seemed to me that folks were saying put shit content out there as long as it’s consistent.
I avoided the word because it smelt foul and almost seemed to me that folks were saying put crap content out there as long as it’s consistent (really dude? really?).
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Awwww, the term ‘be consistent’ used to get more so stone cold angry!
How do you change your own stance on being consistent?
Well you have to do what I did, do a complete reframe of what being consistent means, you’ve got to change your perspective
So that the phrase consistency works for YOU rather than it working on YOU.
Because I know my distaste for consistency was much smaller than the love I had for achieving my dreams!
I had to step back and think of the passionate hatred I had for the word consistency and how much it was costing me
The cost of not being consistent
My hate for consistency was costing me results I needed in order to find out whether a strategy was effective enough.
My hate for consistency was making my sales funnel longer than needed (losing £££££ per month)
My hate for consistency was messing with my fulfilling my vision and overall purpose
Total cost of consistency = too much
Work out what your lack of consistency is costing you.
I had a revelation…my hate for consistency was like being on a train and getting off too early because it was taking too long to get to my destination.
That was not only illogical but also a complete waste of time.
✋️ Just because the train ? has stopped it doesn’t mean it is your time to get off ?
?Your destination isn’t even located on the map, that is how phenomenal your vision for your future is ?
Woooohoooo, keep going towards your destination‼️
Watch the video and let me tell you the exact steps you can take to discipline yourself to be consistent
Sidenote: I also had to acknowledge my feelings and situation and get real. I have a real problem with social media and needed to take stock of what I was really doing with my life!
— confidentschool (@confidentsch) August 26, 2017
So lot’s of people have used the word be consistent, but I am the type of learner that likes to go deeper, you can’t just tell me to change my behaviour because it benefits my audience, you have to involve me.
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Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn. Benjamin Franklin
Three Ways To Stay Consistent In Sales
Note: If you want to know how to hit your sales targets then
So how do you learn to be consistent?
Consistency is a skill.
And in order to learn a skill, you have to be involved in the process
The questioning process is the first step
So here are some questions that will help you learn how to be consistent?
The First Step In Consistency
What stops you from being consistent?
My Answer: Overwhelm from the experts who have conflicting messages about what I should be doing and their opinions on the way I speak, what I speak about and my imperfections
So here’s what you need to remember…
“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly; who errs and comes short again and again; because there is no effort without error and shortcomings; but who does actually strive to do the deed; who knows the great enthusiasm, the great devotion, who spends himself in a worthy cause, who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement and who at the worst, if he fails, at least he fails while daring greatly. So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat.” Theodore Roosevelt
Then I asked my highest self, what must I do to focus on my big vision?
Answer: Create goals?
My immediate response was yeah but I have created goals before
So asked yourself this question what needs to change when it comes to your goal setting technique?
Do you need to create goals that fit in with my behaviour rather than completely change my behaviour?
Second Step of Consistency
Ladies & gentleman, boys, and girls I present DUMB goals, this is the second step
DUMB goals is an acronym and is a concept that I first heard about from Brendon Burchard when I took one of his group coaching program (disclaimer, I like to give props where they are due).
D = Dream
U = Uplifting
M = Method
B = Behaviour
Watch the Facebook video above where I give you two examples of DUMB goals and then click the link below to book a complimentary call to get more sales.
Want strategies on how to stay consistent so you can get more clients? or maybe you want to streamline your processes/systems so you can increase your overall sales?
Then do this third step:
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Ruth-Ellen is a Get More Sales Coach, mother of teenagers, personal performance trainer, speaker & advocate of equal rights for those on the autistic spectrum, dyslexia, and dyspraxia, website developer and unapologetically awesome!
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