Spoil Yourself with Consistency!
January 23, 2019
Kylie-Ann Kobelt

When was the last time you stuck with something new?

It could be a new diet, a new business goal or even something as simple as drinking more water.

Did you start off with great intentions, and then find yourself slipping back into old habits quickly?

For some of us, one of the biggest reasons we fail at achieving what we want is a lack of consistency. We start off by taking small steps towards our goals and then lose the momentum when we forget to be consistent.

If you are persistent, you will get it. If you are consistent, you will keep it.

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Consistency develops routines that turn into habits. These habits become second nature and drive you to push towards your goals. The small actions that you repeat each day with consistency lead you to your big achievements over time.

Consistency is important in all aspects of your life. Your reputation, your lifestyle and your emotional wellbeing all rely on you to be consistent in your actions.

Consistency is especially important in business. Take a restaurant as an example — regular customers keeping coming back because they consistently have great food. If you drop the ball and start delivering lousy service or bad food, you will lose customers. Consistency helps build businesses and their reputation.

Service-based industries rely heavily on consistency. A client may hire you for a project, and if you fail to be consistent in the level of service you give, the client will go and find someone else. In business, people want consistency, and they want it delivered every time. Even as an employee, you are expected to be consistent in your behaviour and attitude within your workplace. Consistency builds trust within the workplace and helps develop positive relationships.

The same principle applies to your personal life. Consistency is important for all aspects of caring for yourself, whether it is exercise, eating right, sleeping or meditation. In fact, just like building muscles at the gym or learning a new language, you need to practice and build on your skills regularly. Once we drop the consistency, it becomes hard to master new skills or habits.

Consistency is important for when you are learning a new skill, but it’s even more important for your wellbeing. Being consistent in your sleeping habits and eating habits are the pillars for your mental and physical health. Without consistency, we open up the doors to feeling emotionally and physically overwhelmed.

Our friends and family also rely on us to be consistent in our actions and behaviours. How would you feel if your husband/wife started being inconsistent in their behaviour? Our consistent behaviour provides a sense of comfort and security to our loved ones. When we stop being consistent, it shakes up the balance of the relationship and the trust we have for one another.

Now, do you find yourself being consistent in one area of your life but inconsistent in others?

For example, how many of you find it easy to eat well but struggle to go to bed at the same time each night?

Or perhaps you are great at managing your employees but struggle to be consistent with your marketing?

Consistency is key, and it means you need to apply it to every aspect of your life. Uncovering why you are consistent in some parts of your life, and not others can open up the doors to successful habits. It can allow you to take the action needed towards your goals. Small, consistent steps will lead you to the finale goal kick. If you are not consistently focused on achieving the big dream, then you will likely fall into old habits or lose interest. Consistency is the difference between failure and success.

Are you struggling to be consistent in your business or personal life? 

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Kylie-Ann Kobelt

Kylie-Ann Kobelt

Personal Life Coach, Business Coach & Change Mentor


Hi, I’m Kylie-Ann, it is not the things that happen outside yourself that affect you the most. What goes on inside your head is the most powerful indicator of your success as a person. So, if your thinking becomes clearer and more empowered, so does your life.

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