Anthony Moore
An Open Letter to Smart, Talented People Who Are Sick and Tired of Trying (and Failing) to Be Consistent 
You know how frustrating it is, but what can you do?

You know exactly what you should do. You want to do it. But for some reason, you procrastinate. You don't even know why, but that's what happens every time.

You've started strong so many times.

You block out a time on the calendar (or an entire day) to just do it: Write. Workout. Start that business. You promised yourself you'd be disciplined, maintain your motivation, and be consistent. You force yourself to sit down, butt-on-chair, follow a routine, and just do the work.

Things go alright for a while. You have a disciplined routine. You're freaking brilliant when you actually just do it. 

But a week later - maybe 2 if you're lucky - you just can't keep going.

You aren't excited anymore. You can't consistently apply yourself. You don't see any progress and lose motivation. You start procrastinating again. 

You have another long day at work, and when you get home, the last thing you want to do is work your brain.

So what happens?

You quit. Just like every other time. In the back of your mind, you start to believe you just can't ever follow a consistent routine and consistently apply yourself. 

But what if I said you're wrong?

In fact, what if I got on the phone with you and helped you redesign your life so that you became a consistent, self-disciplined individual who could sit down and consistently achieve any personal goal?

I know you don't believe it's possible, but just listen to this:
For my first 4.5 years of writing, I was completely, utterly inconsistent. I never lasted longer than 2-3 weeks. 

I'd write consistently for a little while, but then completely lose momentum. Every month was the same thing. 

I never got anything done. It took me 3 years to write an eBook that took 20 minutes to read. While other writers were writing multiple books, making online courses, coaching businesses, and gaining tons of followers, I felt like a total loser.

I was a joke. No one read my articles. Other bloggers wouldn't even bother responding to my guest post requests. 

It sucked. Honestly, they probably just didn't want to work with an inconsistent, amateur writer like me. I kept trying to just sit down and stay disciplined, but I just couldn't. But then something happened:

I moved to South Korea. After I finished grad school, my wife and I decided to quit our terrible corporate jobs, pack our bags, and move to a tiny town in Korea where no one spoke english. There was nothing to do but teach english, eat kimchi, and walk through the park. 

I had no more excuses. I had all the time in the world. No more grad school homework, drinks with friends, or long commute to use as an excuse. I knew I had 12 months to learn how to be consistent. Otherwise, my only option after Korea would be to force myself to go back to a terrible 9-5 schedule at another awful job. This was the last chance for my writing. 

And honestly?

That changed me. I couldn't stop thinking about how this was my last chance to be a writer. If I wasted this year, that was it. Game over. I would know, deep down, I'd never be consistent. If I couldn't write consistently in Korea, I'd have no choice but to find another terrible job back in America that made me dread waking up every day, forever.

I couldn't help but wonder: could I somehow become consistent? Could I actually be self-disciplined? Was it even possible? The past 4 years looked bleak.

So after a few weeks of deliberating, I did something crazy:

I wrote every single day for a month.


You know those daily reminders you set in your phone? The ones that tell you to "sit down and work"? 

They don't work. 

Sure, they can help. They're useful for setting up a structure and a plan.

But they're not enough.

As long as you're relying on something outside you - an app, a reminder, a calendar, a 30-day plan you found on a feel-good blog - you'll never be consistent. Something will always come up that will prevent you from being consistent. You'll find yourself skipping your designated time to do the work and totally ignoring your plans for the day - even if you really want to avoid distractions and stay focused. 

Worse still, you'll just keep reinforcing your fear that no matter what you do, you just can't be consistent. Every time you fail, you're just reminding yourself how undisciplined and hopeless you are. 

Of course, consistently applying yourself every week isn't easy. 

But you will be able to accomplish any personal goal you want - getting muscular and fit, finishing a novel, waking up early, creating a coaching business - very quickly. I know from personal experience. It doesn't matter how big your goal is - once you're consistent, it doesn't matter how long it takes. You'll finish it.

Personally, I've been able to develop a lucrative personal writing business since I've started being consistent. I've written a book and signed my first book deal with a publisher. I've created several online courses on topics I really care about that earn me thousands of dollars every month. I get to sleep in with my wife and take random days off in the middle of the week to go to Disneyland with my sister and niece. I get to go on long bike rides during the week, listening to my favorite podcasts while everyone around me has to go to work.

The rest of the time, I work from my home office in my PJ's, doing work I love that helps people achieve their deepest goals, building a business that will one day allow me to live the life of my dreams entirely off passive income.

But the truth?
This is NOT for everyone.
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Not by a long shot.

Frankly, some people just like fooling around with their dreams, nothing more. They would rather "dabble" than fully commit, because committing and being consistent is hard. For these people, going to the gym or writing or working on their business plan once every few weeks is enough. They're totally fine with that. They don't like the pressure of trying to be consistent all the time; they want to keep telling people how they're "still working on their book" or "training for that fitness competition" for years and years. It gets them off the hook of ever finishing anything, so they can keep "editing" and tweaking their work until it's "perfect." 

Some people just like working on their goals occasionally in their spare time. For them, they don't care about writing a best-selling book or creating a business and earning passive income. They're content with working here and there, calling themselves a "blogger" or "entrepreneur" or "actor" at parties. 

If you're in one of those categories, you can stop reading now. The rest of this letter doesn't apply to you.

But maybe you're different.

Maybe you really want to accomplish big personal goals like writing a book or reaching a weight goal or waking up early to put in the work to start your own business. Maybe you like the challenge of taking on a huge project that will enable a better life for you and your family. 

Sure, just "saying" you're a "writer" or "entrepreneur" is nice...but it's not the real thing. It comes with the unavoidable reality that, in fact, it's not really true.

A serious individual like you is looking for a way to be consistent and self-disciplined so you can accomplish all your personal goals. 

You just don't know how to do it.
Since becoming a popular writer with 25,000+ subscribers and 150,000+ views/month, a lot of people have asked me the same questions:

  --  How did you create a profitable writing business?

  --  How do you consistently write 2-3 articles a week, every single week for over a year?

  --  What changed that turned you into a successful writer?

  --  How did you create so many income streams?

  --  How do you get published on such big publications and blogs?

  --  How did you gain so many followers so fast?

And I'm happy to answer all those questions, but here's what you really need to know:

There isn't a "one-size-fits-all" solution.

Some people can choose to be consistent overnight and start seeing huge results very quickly. Other people need time to change their environment and mindset so they can start sticking to their plan.

Some people have a great, encouraging environment to work in that helps them focus. Others don't, and really need to plan how they're going to work in their loud, crazy environment. 

Some people can start being consistent after a quick commitment. Other people need time to really embrace a new mindset and lifestyle change. 

The big question isn't, "How can I be more like Anthony Moore?" The question is, "What is the right path for YOU?"

Frankly, it's not an easy question. There are a MILLION possible answers. That's why having a coach to help you think through the process can be so useful. 
Would you like to learn exactly why you haven't been able to be consistent?

Would you like a realistic, guaranteed plan for becoming consistent and self-disciplined to achieve any personal goal - that actually works?

And speaking of that, would you just like to tell a professional coach about your situation and get their honest thoughts about your situation and habits?

Well, here's the deal:

Over the next 30 days, I'm going to help 3 people create a plan for finally becoming consistent and ensure you never burn out and give up ever again. If you'd like to be one of them, I'll create a custom-tailored roadmap designed specifically for you.

You'll receive:

  --  A custom, made-just-for-you 30-day action plan to help you finish your biggest personal goal 

  --  My professional, honest insights about how you can become self-disciplined, consistent, and focused

  --  My honest, straightforward thoughts about your system and specific goals

  --  A insightful discussion about how to permanently overcome your procrastination and inconsistency

By the time we're done, you'll be consistent and self-disciplined with a custom action plan designed to get you to finish your most important personal goal in just 30 days. Instead of just trying to be consistent, you'll actually have a proven plan to do it this time.
Not nearly as much as it should.

Because get this:

Nothing costs more than the advice you don't take. 

If you don't speak with me, you can still accomplish your goals. But you'll probably have to go through some really tough times first. You'll stay trapped in the terrible cycle of being inconsistent, likely for months. You might have to spend the rest of the year constantly feeling like a failure as you try (and fail) to be consistent. You'll see other people somehow break through the wall and accomplish huge victories while you stay stuck with no answers. 

It'll cost you thousands of dollars. Literally thousands. You'll also lose a lot of time. 

But by speaking with me, I'm very confident I can help you avoid at least a few of those negative results. No, I can't completely change you 100% overnight to be completely consistent forever...but if I can save you from just one of those negative results, you'll save 10x what I charge you for my advice.

With that said, the price is just $199 for 1 hour of coaching and a 30-day action plan where I'll be helping you every step of the way. You're also protected by my full 100% money-back guarantee.
My Guarantee: You'll Be OVERJOYED With My Advice, Or You Don't Pay a Thing
By the time you and I are done, I guarantee you'll understand exactly what you need to do to become consistent and self-disciplined and do what you want to do. You'll have 100% confidence that you have the capacity to be consistent. It doesn't matter if you work long days and have never been able to consistently sit down and do the work when you get home. We'll destroy that mental block permanently, so you can always count on consistently putting in the work and achieve any personal goal. You'll also have a realistic and custom-made timeline for making all this happen.

But if you're not satisfied?

I'll give you all your money back. All of it. No questions asked. 

Just email me within 30 days, and I'll give you a 100% refund. 


Because my job is to help you, not take your money. I don't need your money: what I'm truly excited about is helping people like you finally start becoming consistent so you can accomplish your most important personal goal. If you feel my advice wasn't worth 10x the price, you shouldn't have to pay.

Is that alright? 

Great. Here's what to do next:
Here's What To Do Now
Fill out the order form below to pay for our strategy session together.

When I see the payment come through, I'll reach out to you within 1 business day to schedule our strategy session. We'll talk for 1 hour. Afterward, I'll email you your custom-made plan within 3 business days.

In case you were wondering, this order form is 100% secure. Your information and security are 100% guaranteed. 

Also, you don't need an account to process your payment. Simply use your debit/credit card, and you're good to go!

Easy, right?

The order form is just below. But one last thing:
Warning: I'm Serious About Only Accepting 3 Clients
Once all 3 spots are filled, I'm taking down this page.


Because I'm not in the consulting business. I'm a writer, first and foremost. 

Sure, I'm getting paid for these coaching services, but this is just something I'm doing to help a select few motivated individuals like you. I don't have any desire to do this full-time. I'd rather be working from home writing articles that help people live better lives. But I have some extra time for coaching, and I want to use it helping serious folks like you.

Why am I saying this?

If this sounds like a good fit for you, go ahead and sign up. It's only $199 for 1 incredible hour of personal coaching and a 30-day action plan we work together that will transform your entire personal and professional life. You probably spend more than that price for a nice dinner at a restaurant. 

If this isn't the right fit for you, that's totally fine. No pressure. 

The choice is completely up to you.

You can sign up below!

Talk to you soon,

Anthony Moore
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