Success comes with practice, determination, and consistency. Any activity you do be it in your personal or professional life, if you focus on these three parameters then you are bound to succeed.
1. Consistency is the first step in anything that you do, be it a new role at work, new activity, new hobby. Doing anything consistently will help you to improve and get better at it with each passing day. Though it might be difficult in the beginning, never give up. Keep practising and you will get better at it.
2. Practice makes a man perfect. When working on a new skill or a project, it might get boring at times. It might mean that you are not applying your brains, or maybe you are complacent, or you are not reinventing the way you are working on it. You need to be aware that you have a long way to go. You have not reached your best performance. So, you need to rethink, change the targets, and stretch yourself more and reach for better and improve. You will surely get there if you continue to practice. Such purposeful practice will always bring success.
3. We have a natural tendency to compete with others. Rather we should compete with ourselves. Competing with others will only lead to frustration and disappointment. We should instead focus on competing with ourselves and become a better version of ourselves. This will give a greater sense of command, improvement, contentment, and peace. This approach will bring more focus to the mind and enable determination.
Consistency is the physical act of repeating actions by the body, determination is the focus of the mind and purposeful practice is the application of the brain. When body, mind and brain work in unison, success is bound to happen.
Staying committed to any one kind of work, or any one way of life and connections in professional or personal life certainly helps in building larger expertise, better value and therefore a superior life.
As quoted by Christine Kane – Consistent action creates consistent results, we become what we want to by being consistent, determinant and practice.
Written & Compiled by Faber Mayuri