1. Repetition counts because it develops habits. When you develop success habits, you become a success
The beauty of habit is that once something becomes a habit, it’s just something that you do. So when I know that I’ll need to be very productive in an area, the first thing I do is schedule the tasks which will make me productive.
I stick with my schedule of tasks, and within a few short weeks, I don’t need the schedule, because I’ve internalized the workflow: it’s become a habit.
Once you’ve developed the habits of success, you ARE a success.
I emphasize mind states and habits to my students, because you can’t be successful at professional blogging (or anything else for that matter), without the habits which get you there.