Consistent Effort Produces Successful Outcomes
You need to be consistent to make the desired changes in your situation.
Hitting the gym several times a week is consistent; whereas, the same number of visits spread across a month or longer is not.
If you want to write a book you must write every day until you have completed the book, even if you only write one perfect sentence or paragraph each day, you will eventually complete the book.
To properly learn, understand, and apply your knowledge of a subject you must “study” the material of interest consistently. If you are expecting to “cram” new material immediately before entering a meeting with a client, sitting for an exam, or making your closing argument studying the content for the first time the night before the test will likely leave you disappointed.
Healthy interpersonal relationships require consistent and meaningful contact.
You will never win the race and perhaps never even cross the finish line if you do not put one foot in front of the other consistently.
Lastly, no matter how long it may take, or how many times you fall, you must continue to remain consistent. Consistency is the key and if you use it, you can and will accomplish your goal.