Discuss idioms and slang from different English speaking countries.
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I don't think I'd phrase it this way. Maybe "I want to stick to my plan" or "I want to work steadily on my plan"
I definitely wouldn't say it this way. To go steady with a person means romance, usually not appropriate with clients. How about "I want to maintain my clientele" or "I want to keep good relations with my clients"? Also got rid of 'our'entrepreneurweek wrote:I want to go steady with my plan. It will make you more successful in your life.
pulse90 wrote:I want to go steady with my clientele. It will make me more successful in life.