First, let’s be clear. It’s not really about me.





It’s about changing the mental frame:  Consistency isn’t a hurdle to be overcome.  It is a competitive advantage to be embraced.

George Campbell is at his absolute best on stage.


Ten years of award-winning standup comedy led to 20+ years of professional speaking. He has educated and entertained tens of thousands of people at hundreds of events. In 2002, he was inducted in the NSA “Speakers Hall of Fame”. He’s been featured on 60 Minutes and interviewed for a cover article in the LA Times.





And yet, George was a classic
80% underperformer.



Amazingly, all his professional speaking success was due to one burst of activity. Coasting on that momentum, George allowed himself to slip back into the hit-or-miss effort that is his natural inclination.

George had a ton of natural ability offset by an absence of consistency. That is, until he discovered the power of the Consistency Chain. Using the simple, powerful technique, George mastered the skill of consistency. Prior to this, that would have been unthinkable.


“It is possible to move from inconsistent to consistent to constant.”


The most important thing to understand about George is that he relates completely with people who struggle to really access their potential. Those audience members identify with George because his story is their story. And for the first time in their life, someone on stage is validating their experience. George speaks with the 20% high achievers and for the 80% who struggle with consistency.

Bring consistency
to your organization.


80% of people are wired for inconsistency. Literally. To make real change, you need a plan specifically designed for these talented, capable, (and inconsistent) individuals.
The Consistency Chain is that plan.

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