Posted on Jun 23, 2006 | Comments 0
Your life’s blueprint is your master plan for success. Discipline generates trust and self-confidence in you, and attracts trust and confidence from others. Once you have created master plan, your aim will be to put that plan into action in order to attain the results you want within the time frame you have set for yourself.
But what if I told you that there are strategies you can use that will dramatically decrease the time it takes you to reach your dreams and goals? If you can increase your personal efficiency, then it follows sensibly that you will attain more in fewer time.
Already youâ€™ve said to yourself time and time again, â€œIf only I had more discipline, then I could get more done.â€ The truth is, there is no such thing as a non-disciplined person. I can state the first of these strategies in just one word: discipline.
How cautiously you have created your life’s blueprint no matter, you cannot hope to reach your dreams and goals unless you follow it. That takes discipline, which is a key constituent to achieving success and necessary to copying your personal effectiveness.
Discipline not comes from birthright. Discipline is a choice .Discipline is not an inborn human feature – something you were born with or without discipline. In your life disciplined or non-disciplined is a choice you make every minute and every hour. Discipline is nothing more than the procedure of focusing on any chosen activity without disruption until that activity is complete.
Discipline is something you do and not something you have. You therefore have the freedom to choose to act with discipline and decisiveness. To become what others refer to as a disciplined person requires only that you “do discipline” over and over as an aware act until recurrence makes discipline a subconscious habit. Doing discipline means that you choose not to allow weariness or interruptions to become an excuse for inaction or a change of plan.
We were small children at that time, we were lectured about the merits and importance of discipline, but no one ever seemed to define discipline, and our role models all too often did not act with discipline or focus.
In reality, personal success requires both. Discipline frees up hours of personal time each day, which can be invested in what you value most, such as family, health, peace of mind, and financial security.
Here are some facts that will help you in on the power of discipline.
- Discipline is the process of total time control.
- Discipline is the ability to show up on time, every time.
- Discipline is the power to keep going forward when everything around you seems to be pulling you back.
- Discipline is the ability to stay focused on your chosen action path without detour, distraction, or interruption.
- Discipline is the ability to complete important personal or business projects on schedule, even on budget.
- Discipline is the ability to keep all agreements with your- self and with others, without blame, excuses, or caving in to obstacles
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