The More You Can Get Yourself to Do Hard Things, the More Success You’ll Achieve

But the thing about doing hard things is that they’re, well…hard. Best-selling author Seth Godin wrote a book describing this phenomenon called The Dip; at some point, it gets really hard to keep going on your path to mastery. This part of the journey is the “dip,” where most people give up; it’s why so few people ever master anything.

  • Eat healthier foods
  • Cut off toxic friends
  • Drink less caffeine & alcohol
  • Have difficult conversations
  • Admit your shortcomings
  • Journaling
  • Watch less TV
  • Read more
  • Exercise

Consistency Beats Talent, Luck, Good Intentions, Even Quality

“The more you do it, the more automatic it becomes, and the less effort it takes.”

This is why my most common advice to new writers is to just click “publish,” then do it again. And again. And many more times after that. Then come back after you’ve learned consistency, and we’ll talk.

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There is no point at which performance maxes out and additional practice does not lead to further improvement.”

Most people will always value innate talent over unstoppable consistency.

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You Are the Biggest Limit on Your Capacity For Success

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