Consistency in all we do is critical to our success. Consistency trumps talent every time.
I see a lot of men out there who I would consider "one-pump chumps." These are the guys that go in, swing for the fence, and, if they hit a homerun, they’ll stick around. If they strike out, they pull themselves from the game.
It’s easy to be good for a minute. It’s easy to be on your game when the stars are aligned. It’s easy to slay it when you’re in the zone. But that’s not what matters. It doesn’t matter because EVERYONE can do it then.
What matters is how you handle yourself in adversity. What matters is what you do when things aren’t going well. What matters is how you handle yourself when you don’t feel like doing it – whatever it is.