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LESSON ON CONSISTENCY
For years, my friend’s wife would buy him a particular fragrance of Gucci cologne. It was accompanied by the adjacent body wash etc. This sets the platform to discuss my lesson on consistency. How often have you heard someone announce, “be (more) consistent”?
Over my time, that phrase has anchored so many dialogues, I refuse to count or recall. In my case, I personally have the ex-girl friend who in most times of crisis she would interject, “you need to be more consistent,” and for extended periods of time I genuinely tried to link the concept to the current debatable situation. Which to this day has shaped my ideology in regards to the concept of being consistent. Think with me, consistently right or wrong or in the details, we make a choice to do things a certain way either with or without perfect knowledge of our choice being the best or even right.
Contrary I reference my friend’s situation involving cologne. Beyond my cheap Gucci plug in reference to its old classic scent and formula, my friend consistently bathed and groomed himself, which was the prerequisite to applying the scent or balm to areas of his body; after years of repeating this sequence, it perfectly illustrates “consistency” for me. Over the years, my friend’s body began to not only take on the scent, but it began to manifest an odor of the same or adjacent to it. In summary, over time, whether he applied the Gucci brand products or not, my friend’s body produced a similar scent to that of Gucci. Verified by the women who made the majority of the purchases, while they dated and even to this point now as married people to each other years ago.
Accordingly note the residual effect of buying and applying something that after making decisions to repeat over and over again, becomes part of your person, both with as well as without the product you once purchased as a primary catalyst. Seemingly a great exercise of consistency, verses consistently doing something over and over again and finding yourself figuratively steering to correct and or debating at various dead ends.
This is from Curtis Christopher’s MassTranChron
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