My boss once told me "You can't rely on your past performances, they are irrelevant today."
I'm sure we've heard this line one way or another, about being consistent. Some people have amazing starts but end up short in the end (ningas kugon) while others are slow like diesel engines and make runs afterwards (late bloomers). Either way they say the ones who get a leg up on everyone else are the ones who are consistent.
I partially disagree.
I'm a little uncomfortable with the word consistency, I think it applies more to recipes and dough and soups. To a person the word consistency has taken a different meaning.
Case in point.
The great motivational speaker Francis Kong was right when he said today is a creative economy and that ideas are its legal tender. What you know now will be obsolete tomorrow. Ergo, being consistent meaning executing according to certain standard will eventually bring you to point called "mediocre".
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