Are You Being Inconsistent?

The world we live in today has more potential distractions than any other period in history. Just think of all the wonderful little toys and gadgets that make up our daily life.

There is SO MUCH NOISE to silence!

Cell phones are no longer just handheld devices for calling or texting someone. Instead, they’ve become miniature entertainment stations, complete with internet access, games and hundreds of various “apps.”

Are You Being Inconsistent?

Are You Being Inconsistent?

We waste more time fiddling with our phones than we ever come to realize.

Then there’s television.

Some people are so hooked on the “idiot box” that you’d think it was some kind of drug! With all the reality television and oddball programming today, self-validation is hardly a challenge. I personally think that most people watch these shows to feel better about themselves. After all, with such a weird selection to choose from, it’d be pretty hard not to!

Factor in the Internet and social media websites like Facebook and Twitter, and if you aren’t being careful, your whole day is gone.

Technology, although capable of yielding great economic and financial returns for the prudent individual, frequently finds itself a misused asset. Rather than wisely make use of these wonderful tools, we often submit to them. We lapse into laziness. What we need to realize is that the opportunity to leverage is there, but we have to WANT to take advantage of it. Only then can it work for us.

This is why so many people who start a home business are completely inconsistent.

The birth of an entrepreneur is not always comfortable. In fact, rarely does one begin building a business with ample time and sufficient money.

Those who survive and prosper over time, therefore, are the people who stay the most focused.

Likewise, those who stay the most focused are the ones who avoid the most distractions.

Seeing as most of us start a business while still working a normal job, we need to be VERY wise in how we allocate our time. This being said, wasting an hour or two a day on unproductive activities is devastating to our success.

Jim Rohn, the famous business philosopher, has a quote on this subject which I really like a lot:

“Success is nothing more than a few simple disciplines, practiced every day; while failure is simply a few errors in judgment, repeated every day. It is the accumulative weight of our disciplines and our judgments that leads us to either fortune or failure.” – Jim Rohn

How does this apply to you right now?

Are you being inconsistent?

Your results will tell the tale.

Don’t get sidetracked by unimportant and non-essential activities. When time is of the essence, you have to make it count.

That’s pretty much the point of today’s lesson.

Be consistent in building your business and in sticking with your daily plan of action.

Yours in Financial Freedom,

Alex Levandoski

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