Do you look for ways to create consistency in your life?
During our demo period, we had four different opportunities each week to hop on a live trading webinar with various coaches.
At the time, with my husband's work schedule, we weren't always able to hop on live. No stress though, there's a section for all the recordings even up to eight weeks back!
All that opportunity for education and around my schedule?
Win-win again because you know, mom life.
I found myself loving the live trainings because I could interact.
But I also loved watching the recordings with my husband because then we could pause it and take notes, watch it again, and chat about our takeaways.
It was awesome and I truly believe that it was such a good experience because we found a way to create consistency in our schedule.
When we got into coaching officially, our coach, Chris F, called the next day to get everything up and scheduled with us. He even added on an additional two sessions for us, so I felt really taken care of.
Here’s where things really got consistent
Every Monday at 7-8pm and every Thursday at 8-9pm we jumped right in and learned.
Surprisingly, it wasn't overwhelming.
It was direct and concise enough, and we followed the right steps to create consistency – every Monday and Thursday.
What happened when we did that?
The coaching wasn’t a bunch of words without retention. Mom life was still very much a thing but the consistency created in our daily lives created confidence for us.
It also helped tremendously that Chris was thorough, personable, and knowledgeable.
And now being on the other side with experience and confidence under my belt, it's still incredible to know that I'll always have help, whether that be just a month from now or 10 years from now.
Now for doing my part
Consistency in commitment to growth are key to success in this program and in every area of your life.
Reading is one of the the quickest ways to grow. And audiobooks absolutely count.
So set a goal. Pick a few books to start with and commit to a certain number of pages per day – or minutes with an audiobook. See what I did there?
Don’t know where to start? Here a few books that have had a huge impact on me and others that I know - The Compound Effect and Indistractible: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life.
What do both of these books have in common?
You guessed it – how to create consistency in your daily life.
Do you have a favorite book I should add to my personal development library?
Look for my Top Ten personal and professional development books next week!