The value of consistency is often greatly underestimated.
You can accomplish anything you want in life if you have the right strategies and take the right actions consistently.
When you accept consistency is an important habit, you can use it to your advantage.
When you become consistent, you will improve how you feel and the results you create.
If you don’t develop consistency, the chances of achieving what you want, when you want, are very small!
People value consistency in their leaders.
Consistency removes uncertainty and leads to trust. Trust leads to influence.
Have you worked with people who were hot & cold?
One day they were one way & the next another.
Chances are you didn’t feel secure in their leadership because you didn’t know who they were.
Your team respects you when you are doing what you are asking them to do.
In other words, leading by example creates great duplication in your team.
Set the example you want your team to follow.
Duplicating consistency will result in an ever-expanding team of team building advocates.
How are you doing in this regard?
Your team pays much more attention to what you do than what you say.
It’s often said that actions speak louder than words – and it’s so true!