Consistency is key to success.

The career path of an entrepreneur is not for everyone. There are no days off when you are an entrepreneur. Even on your “off days,” you will still likely be thinking about your business… And truthfully, if you’re not, there’s a good chance your business isn’t performing optimally.

Those who question why they are unable to achieve consistent, long-term growth fail to understand the importance of consistency.

Without consistency, you are left with sporadic growth, or “seasonal growth.”

The key difference between “seasonal” growth and constant growth are whether or not you are able to achieve your goals consistently.

Inconsistent growth is not ideal for entrepreneurs who have certain expectations or goals for themselves and their businesses. To be quite honest, seasonal growth will never allow you to achieve your biggest hopes and dreams as an individual or entrepreneur.

The best thing an entrepreneur can do is commit to one or two things and stick with it if they hope to achieve growth. 

Do not over-commit yourself to too many things at once, because you will lose focus and likely fail to achieve any, if not all of your goals. 

Remember, the path to growth is not easy. Never give up, strengthen your body and mind, and prepare for the long road ahead.

The work never stops.

If you plan on taking breaks or short-cuts, don’t be surprised if you don’t achieve whatever it is you have your intentions set on. 




Go to our sponsor to get a 14-day free trial and see if your personally identifiable information has been leaked to the dark web.

In today’s video, Patrick Bet-David reveals the truth about change, and how you can be more effective at making permanent changes.

Check out the new home for all things Valuetainment!

Subscribe for weekly videos

Recommended Video:
7 Habits of Highly Effective Entrepreneurs:

To reach the Valuetainment team you can email:

#valuetainment #patrickbetdavid

Add comment

Join the conversation!

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, profanity, vulgarity, doxing, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain fruitful conversation.