Consistency is the Key

Become aware of your road blocks and understand them.


Another diet. Another lifestyle choice. Another attempt.

What’s missing? Will power? Self-discipline? Interest?  

Consistency! - “Steadfast adherence to the same principles”.

“The Consistency in his pattern of behavior”.


It’s not about right or wrong. It’s not about good or bad. It’s not about slow or fast.

Some things that get in the way of consistency?

  • Self Doubts 
  • Self Beliefs
  • Old Patterns
  • Road Blocks of the Mind


Getting over them? 

  • Becoming aware of your road blocks and understanding them
  • Adding new behavior little by little - step by step
  • Education
  • Support
  • Guidance
  • Accountability  


There is no quick “Fix” - The reason diets fail.

“Transformation is a complete picture of health from the inside out”.



Exercise and diet -- consistency is key - YouTube - Watch!


Create a lifestyle of consistency that is right For you!

Kathleen Kasprzak Health Coach


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Eric Pelletier June 28, 2012 at 02:21 AM
I really like the consistency is key piece of this. I think that consistency is one of the more underrated elements to virtually any venture we take up. What about setting standards for which to BE consistent? What I mean is, nothing in the video really addressed the fundamental question of "What are being consistent with?". Finally I believe that people are not consistent because of 2 reasons. One, you need to set a duration of time for adherence to a change or program. Try this for 30 days and lets see what happens. Two, 99% of what people try and learn, is ineffective and not worth very much. Again, this is a situation of 1) does this make sense and 2) am I seeing the results I want. Thoughts?
Kathleen Kasprzak Health Coach June 28, 2012 at 02:58 AM
Great Response Eric, You are a thinker, I like that. Setting a duration is setting a vision - an end point. It may work for some and it may be a road block for others. For some it may be each small moment of result. One step may be an incredible goal. For others, the small steps may be filled with moments of road blocks or undesirable hiccups. Therefore, duration of time or the vision is sabotaged by our own self defeat! So, back to small steps and small results heading toward the larger vision. Consistency would be the patterns of behavior that would lead us toward our vision. Regular eating patterns, regular exercise patterns, regular sleeping patterns, regular positive feelings. Is there a time limit to a lifestyle and nutrition change? Or is it most important that a pattern of behavior be created to end in a vision with the wanted results?
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