Consistency vs Perfection

‘I will not be trusting someone who can’t spell, that’s for sure’

^^^ A reply I got recently on one of my articles from the ‘spelling and grammar’ police 

They didn’t even have the decency to correct me, either.

And you know what’s crazy?

Even after all the positive messages I get back from people I’ve NEVER met

About how the free content I provide has helped them change their diet and shift the pounds

And the reviews from members of my body transformation programmes over at

I STILL dwelled on this ONE negative response

Even after telling myself ONE MILLION times that you can’t please everyone

I mean, I can’t remember the last time I haven’t written a daily blog on mindset, diet, and weight loss to help you separate the facts from the fiction 

And that’s the most important thing, right?


Because if I aimed for perfect 

^^^ By spending 2 hours spellchecking 

I’d probably end up writing one a week, one a month, or not even bothering (a bit like when we try and lose weight)

And I probably wouldn’t have helped half as many others lose weight, have more energy, and spend more time doing fun stuff with the family (rather than just put it off, feel embarrassed, or accept you can’t do it)

^^^ More on that tomorrow (I’ll share Cassie’s story with you)

But after this little bit of dwelling on this negative comment

I did some reflection

Realised that it’s MY choice to get triggered and react negatively to this

Just like it’s my choice to simply joke about it, write an email about it, and spend more time helping the people that want to be helped 

^^^ This is why I love my job :-)))

And it’s exactly why I’m choosing consistency over perfection

Which is exactly what I tell members of my body transformation programmes

Have a great weekend

Matt ‘busted’ Fruci

PS. I’ll be sharing Cassie’s story with you tomorrow.​​​

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