In order to be successful at anything, you must continually be consistent in your habits. Consistency means to be habitual in your activities, actions and thoughts. For example, I post a blog daily, post a quote of the day daily, exercise daily, do a cryptogram daily, and read something inspiring daily. I try to connect with my network in LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook every morning. John Maxwell states that continuous consistency are important for success. When teaching leadership, you must be consistent in doing what you think are your strengths. Everyone has strengths. The dirty little trick is to discover your strengths and build on them consistently, daily! When you are consistent either as a leader, educator or parent, your team will be more willing to trust you and work together to succeed.