Why Being Consistent Is An Absolute Must

Today’s video is something I’ve wanted to share for quite some time.

There is incredible power in your ability to be consistent. In business, relationships, health/fitness and life in general.

But there’s a problem…being consistent isn’t always fun and there are times when being “too consistent” and failing to see that you are off track can be disastrous to your success.

Check out this important video about how consistency has literally changed my life…

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4 Responses to Why Being Consistent Is An Absolute Must

  1. Carl November 7, 2013 at 10:50 pm #

    Hey Justin:

    This one hits home for me as I started my online venture back in 2006 and while I have had some success, I am way off the mark and the number one reason….I haven’t been consistent with my strategy.

    I put out content for awhile then I stop….I vow to make the best use of my time and work the business and I do this for a week or so then I stop.

    Back on October 29th I vowed to change and I have been doing just that…I have been consistent in my approach and while it is too early to see great results I am seeing some positive gain already.

    Thanks for sharing.
    Carl recently posted..What Personal Performance Means To You…It Doesn’t Mean the Same To Everyone!

    • Justin Popovic November 8, 2013 at 6:25 am #

      Hey Carl

      Congrats on recommitting to consistency. I highly recommend reading the book “Mastery” by Robert Greene. It really puts the concept of pouring countless hours into an endeavor into perspective. It makes those long days, weeks and months seem more bearable!

      Plus you will start getting more and more wins along the way to make you WANT to be more consistent. Sounds awesome though keep me in the loop!

  2. Dave November 8, 2013 at 12:23 am #

    Hi Justin,
    I’d love to do some videos for my blog like this challenge! How do you go about getting the white background?
    Dave recently posted..Productivity Rules To Live By: The 33 Commandments

    • Justin Popovic November 8, 2013 at 6:27 am #

      Hey Dave,

      You’ll need a higher end camera. I have a Canon Rebel T3i. You can asjust various settings to make the background lighter. You will also need good lighting and a clean background. It took me forever to get this to look the way it does now and I still want to make more improvements.

      Lighting really is the key. Experiment with it is my best suggestion because I know next to nothing about cameras but through trial and error was able to pull off decent looking videos.

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