Consistancy - A compliment?

Real Estate Agent with Sandals Realty

I was recently thanked for being consistant in showing up at meetings - I attend a Law of Attraction Course and a Master Mind course with this person.  My first thought was  Hmm - a compliment or not - predictable, stable or needy and dependent?  Or was the person just noticing that I was a component of thier life that they recognized as being around alot? Could it be, they were just noticing that they themselves were consistent in attending these meetings?

Now I am thinking about what consistancy is.  Being dependable - I see that as part of it.  Another is finding resources (notice source contained in that word) that I can tap into and know there will be a positive outcome.  Another is repeating over and over (which on the surface sounds boring) an action that brings positive rewards.  If you consistantly send out a message and it is the same message - people will respond.  Being consistant in your attitude allows people to know you as a person.

So if your intent is to be positive and have a positive affect then be consistant in sending out postitive.

Hmmmmmmmm.  Being consistant is a compliment.


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Lewis Beynon
Norris Team of Century 21 Triangle Group - Raleigh, NC
Triangle Real Estate 411

I always said to the tardy people......"What time does a 2:00 meeting start anyway?"

Aug 24, 2008 02:17 AM #1
Rebecca Schrader
Competitive Insurance of Dundee - Dundee, FL

It's definitely a compliment.  You have structure and pre-planning.  The best poker players are this way!

Aug 24, 2008 02:18 AM #2
Eric Reid
Renaissance Realty Group of Keller Williams Atlanta Partners - Lawrenceville, GA

Thank you .. I will have to hold this out in front of me.. I am the competitive everything must be perfect so I often focus on the undone not the done right

Aug 24, 2008 02:18 AM #3
Manolis "Manny" Sfinarolakis
Keller Williams Realty - West Hartford, CT

Consistency is paramount in all that you do.  It's like going to a restaurant.  If the food and service are excellent one day, and the next day both are awful, you will more than likely not return to that restaurant again.

It could be the best compliment one could ever receive in regards to their business.

Kind Regards,


Aug 24, 2008 02:41 AM #4
Evelyn Panning
Property Connections Realty Inc. - Alturas, CA

Consistency can also mean that you are a person of your word -- you made a commitment to the organization and you are keeping it -- definitely a positive ! ~Evelyn

Aug 24, 2008 02:46 AM #5
Lou Ludwig
Ludwig & Associates - Boca Raton, FL
Designations Earned CRB, CRS, CIPS, GRI, SRES, TRC


Consistency is an important component in all aspects of our life and our business, other come to know what we will do before we do it, and they know they can count on us because of our consistency.   

Good luck and success

Lou Ludwig

Aug 24, 2008 03:07 AM #6
Li Read
Sea to Sky Premier Properties (Salt Spring) - Salt Spring Island, BC
Caring expertise...knowledge for you!

Absolutely!     My theory is that you  have to be at the table, in order to be served, and patience/consistency are definitely parts of our personal presentation.

Aug 24, 2008 04:02 AM #7
Cyndi Kerr
Sandals Realty - Sarasota, FL

It is defenitely interesting to which subjects responses are given and where our collective thoughts wander.  Not in order responded to - but all that I have read so far. :)

Li - Interesting grouping of patience with consistancy - I am always finding myself praying for patience.

Lou - Thank you.

Evelyn - I like the conotation that consistancy means being a person of trust.  Thank you.

Manolis - I like that thinking too!

Eric - Thank you for allowing me to impact your life in some small way.

Rebecca - I do like a good game of poker. Lol

I always thought that if the meeting was at 2:00 - be there at 1:45.


Have a great nite everyone.


Aug 24, 2008 08:25 AM #8
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