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Consistency Is Underrated

Consistency is likely the most underrated metric when observers study successful people and top performers in their respective fields. Raw talent and ability are noted without fail, but what one doesn't see is the number of hours and consistent training one has put into their craft through the years to be able to perform the way they do. Consider the following idea: conventional success is the product of pursuing a goal over a period of time where improvement allows someone to meet that goal. I qualified the statement with the word conventional because how people define success varies, but suppose the goal is to be able to perform a single squat of a certain weight, a specific amount of pull-ups,...

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