“New Year, New Me” is on everyone’s lips at the beginning of the year once they set their personal and professional goals. The real work begins at the goal check-in. A goal check-in is when you review or adjust your goals regularly. You’ll know if you’re on track to complete your goals or have to do more work.
Recently, R.H.O.N.Y. cast member Eboni K. Williams faced criticism for stating in an interview with Iyanla Vanzant on the Modern Women and Feminity that she would not date a bus driver unless he owned the company. In a separate interview, Eboni triggered black America with words like the “bigotry of low expectations,” average jobs, and the definition of exceptionalism.
It takes work to be consistent. You know this because you’ve tried to be consistent before and failed. But what if possible to be more consistent without all the stress and anxiety? What if you could make being consistent easier and more fun?
The truth is, there is a way. And in this article, you will learn how to be more consistent in your life.