Great teams do not get bored of the process. They stay on the path to victory because they have an understanding of the effect of consistency. Immediate change can feel good, but it’s not always the best course of action. Slow, steady, and consistent is the way to move a mountain-sized obstacle. Short bursts of effort will often frustrate an ordinary team into quitting too soon because they will run out of quick fixes to try. Ordinary teams change direction too quickly and too often to master any one direction. Consistent teams have the time to gain mastery over the skills required for their chosen course without the fear of throwing it out the window and starting over.