Consistency Beats Talent, Luck, Good Intentions, and Even Quality

I will not be outworked, period.

Consistency Will Make You Feel Like a Loser

“Repetition can be boring or tedious — which is why so few people ever master anything.” -Hal Elrod, The Miracle Morning

There’s a ton of gold down there — are you willing to keep shoveling until you get there?

It’s OK If You Can Only Put in a Few Hours a Day

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You Can Outlast The Lucky Ones and Outwork The Lazy Ones

The True Mark of a Champion is a Commitment to the Craft

“At its core, practice is a lonely pursuit.”

Commitment to the craft can be lonely, boring, and tedious. It often is.

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If You’re Not That Good Now, Consistency Will Make You Better

“Things will grow out of the activity itself and you will, through work, bump into other possibilities and kick open other doors that you would never have dreamt of if you were just sitting around looking for a great ‘art idea’.”

I’ve been playing a lot of pick-up basketball since my wife and I moved to South Korea. I’m right-handed, and I’m pretty uncoordinated with my left hand.

“Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.”

-Winston S. Churchill

In Conclusion

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