Roller coasters vs. consistency

Ever seen someone stay on a roller coaster for days?

I have.

Someone was trying to break the world record for most number of days on a roller coaster.

For every hour remaining on it, a few minutes break were allowed.

He’d built his rest breaks up over a couple of hours for an extra few minutes nap or toilet break.

Bottom line though, there’s not much you can do when on a roller coaster pretty well much 24/7.

Check this out…

“That’s the only reason our lives follow that roller coaster. It’s that simple. As soon as we get away from failure and up past the line of survival, we quit doing the things that got us there.

You know what that means? It means you already know how to do everything it takes to make you an outrageous success. That’s how you’ve survived up to this point. And if you can survive, then you can succeed. You don’t need to do some brilliant, impossible thing. You don’t need to learn some insanely difficult skills, or have some genius-level brainstorm of an innovative idea. All you have to do is keep doing the things that got you this far.

Which is exactly what 99.9 percent of people don’t do.” Olson

So what have you been doing to get your potential to this point?


What have you stopped doing that helped you?

Continue with what works + bring back what worked.



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