Good news and bad.
“The longer the time frame for results, the less you need intensity and the more you need consistency.
Consistency isn’t simply willpower, which comes and goes. Consistency is doing it when you don’t feel like doing it.
If you want advantageous divergence, you have to do the things that matter on your best day and your worst day.” (Brain Food)
The best air talent I’ve heard, many of whom I’ve also known, are consistent.
Day after day, despite personal problems and stresses, they entertain, they perform.
They take me away, even if only briefly, from my own personal problems and stresses.
If you want to be one of the best, practice this every day.
Every single day.