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Consistency Pays.

Charlie, Susan’s husband went to war. He wrote letters consistently to his wife Susan for 350 days and they were delivered always by the same postman, John.

After one year, Charlie returned home from war, and Susan got married to John, the postman.😭

Moral: Consistency Pays.😂

What we see consistently, who we interact with consistently is who and what we will be attracted to.

It is the power of advertising.
You see an advert for 30 days straight and it gets into your subconscious.

Always position yourself before your audience. Consistency Pays.

Some of you guys are so stupid. You have this hot babe you want to marry and you allow your friends to see her when you are not around and chat with her. One day, the power of consistency will kick in and they will get attracted to each other and boom! Be wise.

Many of you don’t post anything.
You don’t retweet or share.
You don’t make contributions.
People don’t see you.
They don’t know you exist.
But you call yourself ‘a brand influencer.’
My good friend, you are not influencing nothing.
People are attracted to ONLY what and who they see.

Have you seen some really useless accounts that have immoral, vile, disgusting content, BUT they have so many followers?😭

That account is consistently posting rubbish. Those who like such rubbish see it daily and are attracted to it and the account grows.

Consistency Pays.

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The Law Of Consistency

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The Law Of Consistency.

This post is a chapter taken from my book: Success Mastery.

There is power in being consistent at what you do. There is power in turning your focus on one thing and pouring your very soul into it. All through this book, I have talked about consistency in different ways.

To be consistent at what you do is to stay with it until it starts producing results for you. To be consistent is to shut your eyes to other more attractive offers and do that one thing you set your mind on.

The reason why 20% of the population own over 80% of the wealth is because few people have developed the skill of consistency. Few people have mastered the art of sticking with one thing and doing it extremely well. Few people have learned to forgo the very attractive lure of the inconsequential or the quotidian and stick to what is vital.

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