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Entrepreneur Opportunities: The Consistency It Takes To Be Successful

"It is easier to resist at the beginning than at the end." - Leonardo De Vinci

Once you have found an entrepreneur opportunity, you will encounter personal and interpersonal pressures to behave consistently with your commitment.  They will also cause us to respond in ways to justify your earlier decision.  Here are 3 different ways consistency can affect your behavior. 1. Direct Human Action of Consistency: Consistency is usually associated with having strength, and related to being rational and honest.  Having a good personal consistency is highly valued. 2. Perverse attraction of mechanical consistency: Provides a safe hiding place from those hard replications.  This is the consequences of the hard work put into consistency. 3. Automatic consistency - This consistency is structured with or interactions so that our needs will be consistent to lead directly to the benefits.  My favorite example is the Christmas toys offered at Christmas time... The toy manufacturers advertise the hot items near Christmas time, then don't supply the need.  Then come back in early the next year to offer the supply again. Notice how the different ways of human behavior can affect how you can be consistent with decisions of deciding upon many entrepreneur opportunities.

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Amy Jo Neal
Amy Jo Neal

Without consistent daily action, no business can make it. That's why 95% of all network marketers fail. They are not consistent.