I just doubled my weekly income.
All it took was:
*Scanning Upwork for four days
*Three hours of writing
*A thirty minute phone interview
*And writing twenty six proposals
You want to make $2,000 a week freelancing? (How about $10,000 a month:Here)
Then do what I did, stay consistent. (Here’s a list of tools to stay consistent:Here)
Inconsistency is a form of robbery.
You are stealing from yourself when you are inconsistent.
Every missed proposal, every extra episode on Netflix, every stupid listicle you read you push your freedom, funds and goals further away. (Quick start guide to start freelancing immediately:Here)
‘I don’t have the time to do that.’
Yes you do. I run two businesses, am learning a new WP platform, research, write, grow this blog, love my girlfriend and train for a marathon.
I’m not superhuman or super brilliant (i’m not super anything). I accomplish everything because I am consistent.
How Do I Stay Consistent?
I stay consistent with a simple two step approach.
Step 1)I plan out what I want:
Knowing what you want means you can cut out all the stuff you don’t want, that you don’t need and won’t help you.
Consistency is about leanness and letting go of baggage.
Step 2)Discover the easiest way to get what I want and then do those things every day.
If being consistent is about leanness then being successful is the reason for consistency.
Doing the least amount of work to get the largest results (and this matter for all things, life, learning, investing) will keep you on track, growing and positioning yourself to make active solution decisions.
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Consistency isn’t about hard work.
This is a huge mistake! Consistency isn’t about hard work. Consistency is about finding out how to leverage small amounts of easy to do actions you do every day to accomplish massive results.
Consistency is like compound interest. A little goes a long way.
What are your favorite consistency tricks, tips and hacks?
What is holding you back from being more consistent and achieving your goals?
Comment below and i’ll respond with my suggestions!