I’m Not the Only One Talking about Consistency

Yesterday I mentioned prioritizing your creativity and how being consistent can help that. The day before, I mentioned how being consistent can be beneficial to increasing your creativity.

For some reason, I can’t let this go. In large part, it’s because I have had such issues with procrastination and inconsistency in the past. I wanted to reassure you, too, that I’m not the only one talking about consistency.

Earlier this year, Roberto Blake talked about the importance of consistency. This video is about being consistent on YouTube, but it’s good advice for other areas, too. It’s a recurring theme in many of his videos. I think his channel is an important one for creatives to subscribe to and watch frequently.

Another one talking about consistency is Tara Swiger. She did a podcast episode about eight months ago talking about consistency. She’s another one that I think is important to follow, particularly if you want to make your creative pursuits a business.

In all honesty, I could keep going. But both of these videos are good places to start and will take about 30 minutes to watch them both.

What are some of your favorite resources to encourage/promote consistency? Share them in the comments.

3 thoughts on “I’m Not the Only One Talking about Consistency”

  1. Consistency for me comes in two forms. One is my determination to keep something out there. I know once you lose a reader, it’s hard to reel them back in. The other is seeing consistency in others. I’m very competitive 🙂 Creative Blessings Kelly

  2. Oh my Jenn! Thanks for this! I think I’ve fallen in love with Tara Swiger! I love her passion, her enthusiasm, her clarity and her colourful nature. I’ve subscribed to her YouTube channel. Thank you for this!

    1. You are definitely welcome! I love Tara Swiger! I found her podcast first. Then I found her on Instagram. Now I’m subscribed to her YouTube channel too. I’ve told a lot of people about her. 🙂

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