Self Discipline

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We all know, or have heard of, someone with incredible self-discipline. They get up at 5 am, meditate and plan their day, run for 6 miles, and then have an excellent breakfast.Willpower is what separates us from the animals. It’s the capacity to restrain our impulses, resist temptation – do what’s right and good for us in the long run, not what we want to do right now. The only way to do something in depth is to work hard.Visualization is key to successful goal-setting. For one, you must think clearly about your goals and clarify what they look like. Then, you must surround yourself - either physically or mentally - with these goals.Actions will be the steps you must attempt to work towards your goal. After you come up with some meaningful action steps,think of a time to start your new self-discipline goal. Self-control can be a limited resource capable of being depleted. Certain situations can make your self-discipline waver more than others. For example, being sleep-deprived can cause you to make poor decisions and even overeat. Nourishing your mind, body, and soul should help you on your journey to better self-discipline. With that in mind, self-discipline becomes a process of building consistent daily habits over time that help us obtain our desired outcomes. Or, in other words, it’s about taking small consistent actions that help you form the habits that subsequently help you achieve your goal. A self-disciplined mind is committed to taking consistent action over an extended period of time. Furthermore, a self-disciplined mind is willing to take necessary risks to get a job done. In other words, a self-disciplined mind never takes a backseat, but instead always keeps moving forward. Moreover, they’re willing to do whatever is necessary to see the goal through to the end.

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