That might as well have been the response from the book agent that I sent my proposal to. It’s essentially what they said to me. Didn’t phase me though.
I don’t get phased by that.
I don’t get worried.
I’ll only lose if I quit submitting proposals. Jack Canfield, one of the authors of the Chicken Soup For The Soul series was rejected over 200 times. Stallone was kicked out of every New York City publishers office twice before he finally sold Rocky.
I only lose if I take my ball home and run. That’s why I tweet every rejection. It means one step closer to acceptance.
That consistency is what you need with your diet and training. You need to establish a consisent system of getting to the gym and eating.
Going to the gym 4 days a week is completely different then going every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Consistency builds on consistency.
There are cumulative effects to every set and rep that you do. So training hard for 3 months then stopping on month 4 for 4 weeks won’t do a darn thing.
That’s what “living the lifestyle” really means. Every workout builds on the other. Every low carb day builds on the one before and makes the one after it better.
Where can you find consistency in your training and diet?
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