Consistency can sometimes be confused with mediocrity. Having things look uniform but find that they perform poorly is insanity, yet we obsess over it.
“Consistency is limiting.”
She goes on to share some truths:
- When you don’t try anything new, you can’t change.
- You can’t do anything better if you don’t think about it.
- Consistency removes the focus on growth.
- When you’re deeply involved in something, you can’t see what’s wrong with it
It sounds like consistency is pretty harmful without purpose and without sometimes breaking the routine.
I think the challenge is that you can be consistent but not too consistent. It’s like having a pretty product that doesn’t actually solve a problem.
Thank you for reading this issue,
Note: sorry for the delay of this issue. Not too much consistency over here!