“It’s not what we do once in a while that shapes our lives. It’s what we do consistently.” Tony Robbins
The hard part about building confidence is that it takes consistent, positive action to become a confident rider. Doing a mindset exercise once is good, but committing to doing at least once, every single day, will make the biggest difference. Stretching your comfort zone and riding in an uncomfortable situation is great, but committing to doing it over and over again until it becomes your new normal, will mean that you become that confident rider.
Yes, celebrate your achievement in stepping towards your goal of becoming a confident rider, but the magic comes when you can repeat it until it becomes an everyday, insignificant occurrence.
Consistency is the key to success.
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