inspiration, Jeremy Mcgilvrey, Life Coaching, motivational speaker, Self Discipline

The importance of self discipline


In order to successfully achieve some of the loftiest objectives that you set out for yourself and life you need to develop strong self-discipline. Without self-discipline it can be difficult to become a productive entrepreneur. Here are some top advantages that you can experience by working on your own self-discipline:

1. The greatest focus you have ever seen: A person with great self-discipline can be extremely focused on accomplishing their goals. Instead of avoiding goals and submitting to various disturbances throughout their day they’re completely disciplined in the way that they spend their time and make sure that every minute of their day is spent making a positive change.
2. Finding newfound respect: Your self-discipline can command newfound respect from friends and colleagues. You may find it difficult to maintain respect from people in the workplace but if people value your discipline and hard work it is hard for them not to respect you.
3. Keeping fit and healthy: With the help of self-discipline you can work at creating a schedule for your health. This means keeping active and staying active as well as eating healthy foods regularly to maintain your health.
4. Happiness: Self-discipline can actually be a window to happiness as well. By feeling as though you can accomplish anything and having the discipline to stick with any task, you can make your wildest dreams come true and be happier/more self-actualized as a person.
5. Saying goodbye to stress: There is no longer any reason to feel stressed about procrastination or laziness. Self-discipline ensures that you can experience less anxiety and you don’t fear the outcome of a difficult goal because you can rise above the stress and get the job done.
Conclusion: Working on your self-discipline is extremely important to enjoying a better quality of life.

1 thought on “The importance of self discipline”

  1. All Hail Self-Discipline! I get asked how I manage to be so disciplined. I tell them I make up my mind to be, just like they make up their mind[s] to be. We make up our minds or we don’t. Then we “Just Do It.” Amazingly, many people don’t realize that they have already developed many strategies that get them going on whatever path they choose to travel. Is it for their highest and best? As my beloved Mother used to say: “Now that’s a horse of a different color!”

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