Consistency is sticking to your ultimate goal, even if failure trips you up. Consistency means trying to be your best every day. Consistency is not being content with just one success then laying back. Consistency is enjoying success so much that you do everything to make it happen in your life regularly. Consistency is the realisation that continually backing up on your efforts is what will bring you more frequent success. Consistency is putting to rest an overbearing fear of failure, because you realise that failure is inevitable. Consistency is realising (and acting upon the realisation) that your personal success will not be characterised by your failures, but by what you do between those failures. Consistency is what leads to continued improvement. On a long enough time scale, it is what distinguishes you from the others. Consistency is what transforms failures from major flaws to minor footnotes in the CV of your life:
If you seek frequent success, first you must seek after consistency. Doing a great job one day each week means little if, for the other 6 days of your week, you are poor or mediocre. Consistency means that you aim to be great every day of the week. You will fail to meet this standard plenty of times. But as long as you seek to be consistently great, soon enough you will go from being great just one day of the week to two days of the week. As long as you keep working at it and focusing on your ultimate goals when failure trips you up, soon enough you will be great 3 days of an average week. Before you know it, that continued effort will bring you 4 days of greatness- or more. People will begin to notice the minimum amount of days where you are below-par, and define you by the majority of days where you are great and steadily improving.
In your personal life, in your business, in your aspirations, ask yourself what it is you truly seek? Then seek to consistently aim for this, no matter what else. You might just find that your vision is much closer than you initially thought...