Consistently Bad > Consistently Absent

A friend the other day noted that she would have never guessed I, Tyler, had a background/profession as a nutritionist for cows. Yep I did and in that profession I learned this lesson - it’s always better to be consistently bad over being consistently absent

Cows are great creatures; I mean that’s where we get butter and ice cream! They thrive in a consistent environment.  They are most healthy when the weather is consistent.  Not too hot, not too cold. They perform best when their daily diet is the same day-after-day-after-day!

I apply this to other places in my life.  Like the gym.  You’re better off doing a consistently ‘bad workout’ rather than no workout at all. You’re better off eating consistently bad than you are eating great one day and like a garbage disposal the next.

This is also true in business!! Businesses exist that are consistently bad; yes they exist because people know what to expect and accept it.  Those that lack consistency though die!  That’s may be harsh, but this is what I’ve experienced and learned over time.

In network marketing, the idea of consistency can be really hard.  It’s hard to understand what one must do everyday.  That was why Kelley and I developed our Rule of 5:

  1. Networking

  2. Marketing

  3. Enrolling

  4. Rank Advancing

  5. Recognition + Events  

Kelley and I have detailed blogs for each step dedicated to providing you with all the information you need to implement these steps into your own business structure! Simply click the link on any of the steps to take you there. Building consistency and showing up even if it doesn’t always work doesn’t have to be difficult either. It can be a simple checklist for each day to make sure you’re hitting the areas that are most important.  I suggest make a habit of writing the list at the top of the page you take notes on.  Check each of off as you do it.  Do it more than once each day give yourself another check!!  Just make sure each area gets a check.

What kind of habits have you built to make sure you have consistency in your life? Let me know in the comments below!

-Tyler and Kelley 

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