5 strategies for becoming more consistent in design and life...




Ahh, the power of being consistent.

It’s heralded as the strategy for achieving long-term greatness in almost any category: your body, business (are you a designer, builder or architect), art, relationships, emotional health or spirituality and YES even your remodeling plans.

The problem? It’s the one thing we mortals can struggle with the most — especially when we’re trying to improve, well, anything.

Like it or not, being consistent is essential if you want to make any significant change in your life. It’s also a must have skill if you’re looking to kick some serious ass and become world-class.

That’s why I was happy to tackle this subject today to help you my fellow creatives, who just might be  struggling with her ability to stay on track or get back on track. While I’m not perfect, I have been able to master consistency in a few key areas and, I gotta say, it’s made all the difference in the world.

If you’re looking to improve anything in your life (and I bet you are!) here are five keys that’ll help you be more consistently, consistent. Listen up!!



Tweetable: Success doesn’t come from what you do occasionally, it comes from what you do consistently. @beyondtilelife

Now, I’d love to hear from you.

What’s the most important strategy or idea that’s helped you be consistent in any endeavor? Tell me specifically, what’s worked and what hasn’t?

Leave a comment below and let me know. Remember, do your best to share as much detail as you can because thousands of incredible creatives come here each week for insight and inspiration. Your story may just be what someone else needs to have a breakthrough.

Important: please share your thoughts and ideas directly in the comments.

Thank you so very much for watching, commenting and sharing. You make Tuesdays one of my favorite days of the week.


from the sea and the sand in Cali...

warmest regards,


P.S. If you haven’t seen our other blogs on what we been up to, I recommend checking out:

Read more: http://beyondtile.com/blogs/news/45507525-how-my-children-learned-to-make-pebble-tile

Christa Keyser
Christa Keyser


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