No, it isn't. We're talking in such generic terms with no real data behind it that there's absolutely nothing other than romantic notions to be drawn from it.Its similar to the same thing that changes going from July 31st to August 1st.
Let's introduce several hundred data sets and start analyzing them. Using the example of "I've seen many do ______" doesn't jibe with the idea of measuring consistency.
But what is "putting it behind you?" Is that an emotional thing or a performance thing?When you are able to put a bad month, 9, week, etc. behind you it enables you to start fresh.
Emotionally, I can feel better about my approach as witnessed by Jay Bruce the year saying "I feel fine, the hits just aren't falling" and still not be out of my "slump."
Performance wise, I can have emotional problems and still hit the cover off the ball. For example, Joey Votto this year before going on the DL.
Again, convenience doesn't make an accurate measure.Monthly stats are easy to measure because there is a start date and and end date.
This has nothing to do with saying calendar months are a poor way to measure consistency.Too often many cast aside psychological things because you can't measure them.