054: Persistence and Consistency Lead to Greater Impact

This episode looks into the power of persistence, and how it leads to greater impact.

Don’t let adverse conditions stop you from cultivating your skills and talents. Celebrate even a little bit of progress every day! Know that it takes continual effort and belief in your intentions, to achieve significant accomplishments.

In this podcast, I share examples of today’s female icons contrasted with the amazing efforts of women from the 1800’s whose steady work and scientific breakthroughs are largely unrecognized. Later in the podcast, we hear how Conner Vogt is continuing his musical progress that started with trumpet lessons at school, through creating beats.

Key Takeaways:
[1:24] Tracy Chevalier’s Remarkable Creatures tells the tale of persistence and consistency.
[3:19] Looking more deeply into remarkable creatures, Mary Anning and Elizabeth Philpot.Remarkable Creatures by Tracy Chevalier
[6:57] Persistently and consistently building skills.
[7:34] Tasia Valenza stepped into more healthy and impactful career and lifestyle choices.
[8:41] Dr. Debbie Norris chose mindfulness as a full-time path.
[9:35] Discover What’s Next Coaching, and My Little Bird.
[10:40] Cultivating skills that lead to something impactful.
[12:07] Beats by Conner Vogt.

Mentioned in This Episode:
Discover What’s Next Coaching
Ever Better Podcast with Tasia Valenza, Giving Great Voice
Ever Better Podcast with Debbie Norris, How to Start Practicing Mindfulness

Listen to Conner Vogt’s beat, Carnival

Check out my column on MyLittleBird.com,
Contact me directly: Lisa@EverBetterU.com