Why is Consistency Important

Good morning everyone. How are you doing today

I am here with a video after a long time and I want to share why. Remember how active I was in the early days of posting my videos, I was energetic and enthusiastic and very punctual.

Then there was a gap, I went to my hometown and got a little bit ill after that; which came in a way of my routine of posting one video per week.

For the last 2 weeks, I am perfectly fine and awesome and I know I have to publish one video per week but for some reason I am not doing it and that is the thing I want to talk to you about in this video.

When we start something new we are very energetic, enthusiastic and nothing can stop us from doing the things we want to do and that phase is just awesome. Then comes the consistency part which equally important because in this phase we have to continue doing the things that we have started in the first place.

Seth Godin releases a daily journal on his website and he has been doing this since ages and he says that the secret of publishing one content every day is that he does not give himself an option of not publishing and the content take care of itself.

the Consistency builds up the momentum, it creates a habit of doing things and which makes things easy.

Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, the 11th president of India once said: “You can not change your future, but you can change your habits, and surely your habits will change your future”.
I always remind myself of this statement and I want you to understand the importance of habit.

Habits make things easy it creates momentum and we encounter less difficulty in doing things that we do. May 13, 2016 at 10:19PM faisal raza #anideaaday

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