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SELF-DISCIPLINE DO YOU HAVE IT OR IS IT DEVELOPED?

SELF-DISCIPLINE             DO YOU HAVE IT OR IS IT DEVELOPED?

Do you have self-discipline?  This article will cover the meaning of self-discipline that can apply to all areas of your life.  I am going through a stage where self discipline is lacking inside me.  Self-discipline is about routine.  The only way self-discipline works for us is if we establish a routine.  It takes 21 days of doing something consistently to develop a routine.  Self-discipline is at the heart of this.  We need to strengthen self-discipline with baby steps.  It takes just one small step to begin a series of steps to reach a goal but you must develop self-discipline or tap into it to get to a place to take those steps.  

Let’s take a look at the meaning of self-discipline in our Webster Dictionary and daily wisdom words meaning.

Self-discipline-Correction or regulation of oneself for the sake of improvement.

Daily Wisdom Words Definition-acceptance of our faults and who we are and working off positive affirmation to develop self-discipline.  

It is quite simple.  When we “hate” ourselves for eating too much or putting things off, we need to accept this is just as much a part of yourself as loving yourself and making positive changes.  Not only do you need to believe in yourself, you need to center yourself to be around people that support what it is you are trying to achieve.  Many people believe self-discipline starts with will power.  This may work for a few of us, but that will-power must come from somewhere.  If we cannot think well of ourselves, will-power is hard to develop. How do we change?

1.  we must start change with our own self-talk.  Shaming ourselves may work to begin with but ultimately leads to failure.  If we don’t feel good about ourselves bad self-talk leads to poor self-discipline.

2.  accept yourself for who you are.  This includes our weaknesses and our strengths.  This takes time and change of self-talk, and small steps leading to ultimately winning the race.

3.  Do written affirmations.  Sit down and write over and over again what makes you unique and special.  Then write over and over again, visualizing success of the goal or change you seek to achieve.  

4.  Start with getting on a schedule of some kind.  I believe those people that develop a schedule, starts the beginning of self-discipline.

5.  always surround yourself with people who correlate positive self-talk and encouragement.

Thanks so much for reading about self-discipline today.  Start with this:  YOU CAN DO IT.  YOU WILL BE SUCCESSFUL AND YOU DO LOVE YOURSELF, STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES AS WELL.  Last but not least, if you do fall, get back up, dust yourself off and keep moving towards your goals through your positive self-discipline.  

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Shirley Satterfield
3 months ago

Thank you for this wise and positive advise, Sam.

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