Sunday, 11 December 2016

Why it Pays to be Disciplined


“You have a choice in life: You can either pay the price of discipline or regret.” –Tim Connor

Every aspect of our existence is governed by certain principles and laws. How we relate, conform and adhere to these laws is what determines how disciplined we are. An Army without discipline is a rabble that can never win a war. It takes discipline to maintain a work culture, dress culture, food and drink culture, sleep and leisure culture as well as goal-setting and achievement culture. Discipline is all about self-control and staying focused on set goals and objectives. Self-employment requires a lot of personal discipline to achieve any goals. Ralph Waldo Emerson posits that “a man is a hero not because he is braver than anyone else, but because he is brave for ten minutes longer.” Problems when placed in proper perspective are motivators. They should be viewed as temporary setbacks. Setbacks are not final-stoppers. They provide a temporary hold to enable you refocus and redesign your actions for better achievements. This is where iron-discipline comes handy.

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