What is self-discipline? What does it mean to lack it? Why do you think you're not as disciplined as you would like? Is it because you manage your time poorly? You lack organizational skills? You lack motivation? Procrastination is your greatest enemy? You're just too lazy?
What many people don't realize is that all of these issues, which they see as causes of poor self-discipline, are actually symptoms. Are you confronting one or more of them?
If you're contemplating purchasing the book, then you've decided it's time for a change of significant proportions, a change that might take only 30 days to implement, but that will last you for a lifetime. Your conviction is admirable, but to undergo such a change, you must first understand what self-discipline is and what it is not.
Self-discipline is not:
A personality trait that some people have and others don't.
Using willpower to force yourself into action.
On the contrary, self-discipline is:
A skill that anyone can learn and train.
Becoming aware of your conscious or subconscious resistance to action and using different techniques to overcome, but not to crush that resistance.
As you go through this life-changing 30-day challenge, remember that what you are doing is exercising your willpower muscle for the long run. Good luck!
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