Consistency is a word I use over and over again in my practice. I tell my clients consistency is perhaps the single most important word they will hear during our coaching sessions.
Because consistency gives you the power to do so much more with your day, your goals, your career, and your brand.
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Consistency is a must as you grow your own practice - and grow as a person. Here's why:
1. Consistency fosters accountability.
If you are consistent about scheduling weekly staff or practice group meetings, you are showing your team two things:
That you put a priority on making time for and being available to the team.
That there is a set time each week for your team to report on progress. Without progress reports, teams often stay stagnant and projects go unfinished.
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2. Consistency boosts your relevancy and your reputation.
Business growth requires a track record of success. You can't establish a track record if you are constantly shifting gears or trying new tactics. Furthermore, give your team and clients a predictable flow of information. Update the company blog regularly. Send out weekly newsletters. Doing this will keep you relevant.
3. Consistency hones your message.
If you lead with consistency, your message will be heard, understood, and upheld by your team. In other words, consistency in your leadership serves as a model for how they will behave.
What are some of your favorite tactics for staying consistent?
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