The One Skill that Separates Professionals from Amateurs
There is one skill that is so valuable that it will make you a standout in any area of life.
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It doesn‘t matter what you are trying to become better at, if you only do the work when you’re motivated, then you’ll never be consistent enough to become a professional.
The ability to show up every day, stick to the schedule, and do the work — especially when you don‘t feel like it — is so valuable that it is literally all you need to become better 99% of the time.
Professionals stick to the schedule, amateurs let life get in the way.
Here‘s how to become a pro:
#1 Pick What You Want To Be Good At
Purpose is everything.
Knowing what you want makes getting it easier.
#2 Set A Schedule
Plan out your actions.
Do not set a schedule based on results, like losing a certain amount of weight in a certain amount of weeks.
Instead, schedule your actions that you can always do, like setting a specific workout.
#3 Stick to Your Schedule
Don’t think about how hard it will be to follow your schedule long-term.
Start with a week and don’t let yourself get distracted.
Having a schedule doesn’t make you professional but following it does.
#4 Be Consistent
It is vital to keep working on your craft, even when you don’t feel like it.
Do not let yourself be pulled off course by the urgencies of life.