The best laid plans are worthless if you cannot complete and action them. The best way to complete? By being consistent.
Chip away. Show up. Do the work. Keep the momentum.
That might be blocking out time for big projects to make sure you have the time available to actually spend on it.
It could be just making sure you close tasks on your todo list daily.
Or making those tough sales calls that you don’t want to do. If you can consistently make progress on the goals, the work, the project, you’ll be doing better than most who come up with a plan and never follow through and do the hard yards.
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