Every day, I do yoga. Usually in the morning but sometimes after a long day and on occasion twice a day.
I’ve been practicing now for years, but I noticed I was doing it more and more sporadically with travel, starting my business up again, and other excuses. Because of my lack of consistency, I noticed more aches and pains.
So, 31 days ago, I committed to doing 100 days of yoga in a row. (The “Habit List” app is excellent for this type of stuff.)
On day one, I was mad at myself because of how much flexibility I’d lost. Yeah, I know you’re not supposed to judge yourself when doing yoga but I was disappointed not because I wasn’t as flexible but because of my lack of consistency and discipline.
Then, the other day, I realized something amazing. My flexibility had come back, my strength had increased, and my focus had improved. All of these benefits and others occurred for one reason:
Simple disciplines practiced daily.
We hear a lot about taking massive action, and that is certainly important at times BUT, what’s vital is taking consistent actions that will move you from where you are to where you want to be.
The key is consistency. Far better for you to do 20 minutes of yoga a day than to do 5 hours straight and then never get on the mat again. The more consistent you are, the better your results will be.
Take for example doing webinars or speaking to sell. The first time you do your presentation, it’s going to seem awkward, and you probably won’t be very good. But the more you do it, the better you will get. (That’s why I recommend doing your webinars live at first before automating them. )
You’ll make incremental improvements, and before you know it, you will have a signature presentation that converts like magic.
So what simple thing could you start doing daily that would make a profound, positive impact on your business or life? Set a 30-day goal and start today.
A simple action that will make a profound impact on your bank account is using my “7 Figure Sales Presentation Template”.
Kick butt, make mucho DEEnero!
Dave “Namaste” Dee