Here’s how consistency turned me into a CEO instead of a hobby coach.

I could have never created a $100k+ ADHD owned business until I understood why my 🧠 was having a hard time getting sh*t done consistently & what to do instead.

Here’s how consistency helped me go from trying to figure this biz thing out to being an expert in my field:

1. Consistency taught me how to beat decision fatigue

Decision fatigue is the mental exhaustion that comes from making too many decisions throughout the day. When you establish consistent routines and habits, you remove the need to constantly make decisions about what to do next – you just do it because you’ve created the habit. This frees up mental space and energy to focus on more important things. By having a clear plan and consistent approach, you eliminate the need to waste time and energy on small, mundane decisions, and can focus on more important aspects of your business or personal life. By reducing decision fatigue, you can improve your productivity, creativity, and overall well-being – hello helping more people and making more money!

2. Consistency has also taught me the valuable skill of reviewing my progress and evaluating what worked and what didn’t, without getting caught up in unnecessary emotions.

By committing to consistent habits and routines, I was able to track my progress more effectively and make data-driven decisions about my business. Instead of becoming emotional or discouraged by setbacks or failures, I was able to see them as learning opportunities and use them to refine my approach. This allowed me to stay focused on my goals and continuously improve my strategies, without getting sidetracked by emotional highs and lows. By removing the emotional attachment to my decisions, I was able to make more objective assessments and improve my decision-making skills overall.

3. Consistency for the sake of consistency isn’t enough – it’s about being intentional AF

While consistency is an essential ingredient for success, it is not enough to mindlessly repeat actions or habits without a clear purpose or intention. It’s not just about doing things routinely; it’s about being intentional AF.

To achieve your goals, you must have a clear plan and purpose behind your actions, and focus on the things that matter the most. You need to be intentional in the way you prioritize your time, energy, and resources to maximize your results. Being intentional means having a clear understanding of what you want to achieve, breaking down your goals into actionable steps, and taking deliberate and purposeful action towards your desired outcomes. Even as someone with ADHD, this is possible for you. You have to be patient with yourself and willing to keep trying until you find what works best for you.

By being intentional, you can ensure that your consistency is directed towards meaningful and impactful actions, and avoid wasting time and energy on tasks that do not align with your objectives. In short, being intentional is about using consistency as a tool to achieve your goals with purpose and clarity.

4. Consistency helped me build trust with my clients and audience.

Consistency played a crucial role in building trust with my clients and audience. By consistently delivering high-quality services and content, I was able to establish a reputation for reliability, professionalism, and become an authority. My clients and audience knew what to expect from me, and they trusted that I would consistently deliver on my promises. This helped me build strong relationships with them, which in turn led to more referrals, repeat business, and a growing fan base. By being consistent with my messaging and approach, I was able to establish myself as a credible and trustworthy authority in my field. Overall, consistency helped me build a loyal following of clients and fans who knew that they could rely on me to consistently deliver value and meet (usually exceed) their expectations.

5. Consistency allowed me to create sustainable habits that led to long-term success.

By committing to specific routines and habits, I was able to build a solid foundation to build upon. These habits have become second nature to me, which has made it easier to maintain and build upon them as I continue to grow my business. Whilst it’s second nature, that doesn’t mean I don’t have my moments of shit hitting the fan and feeling like a cluster fuck.

Consistency has helped me develop a mindset of resilience, persistence, and determination, which has been critical to my long-term success. By focusing on the process and committing to consistent effort, I was able to achieve incremental improvements and stay motivated, even when progress was slow or setbacks occurred (like in 2021). Ultimately, consistency allowed me to develop sustainable habits that have helped me achieve my goals, and continue to support me as I face new challenges and opportunities.

Consistency is often the missing piece in many people’s journeys towards success. It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of a new idea or project, but without consistent effort, it’s difficult to make progress.


For me, consistency meant committing to specific habits and routines, such as dedicating a certain amount of time each day to work on my business, setting clear goals, and tracking my progress (this does NOT look the same from day to day ya’ll, it’s not rigid like that). By doing so, I was able to reduce decision fatigue and eliminate distractions that were holding me back.


But consistency alone isn’t enough. It’s crucial to be intentional with your actions and focus on the things that truly matter. By doing so, I was able to build trust with my clients and audience, which helped me grow my business and establish myself as an expert in my field.


Consistency is key to achieving success in any endeavor. By committing to your goals, being intentional with your actions, and establishing sustainable habits, you can transform your passions into a thriving business or career.


Danielle and I just did another juicy training to show you what we do to be consistent daily, how we do it and why we do it.

Located here at Make ADHD Your Bitch.