it is a matter of (doing something)

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it is a matter of (doing something)

What is important is (doing something). It's a matter of sticking with the program in order to succeed.
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As we pointed out in the article yesterday, it's a matter of self-preservation for some of the owners.
We put ourselves in position to have a chance at the end of the year, and now it's a matter of doing it.
It's a matter of doing whatever I can to get to first base, whether that's getting a hit or a walk.
If I'm here, that's great, I don't feel I have much more to prove down there, so it's a matter of taking advantage of the opportunities I get.