How to get more done than ever before.
We are all works in progress. We all have flaws, weaknesses, and areas in our lives in which we feel we have no control or the strength to conquer obstacles in our way. For some of us, these feelings of defeat or helplessness can last years and affect every facet of our lives. But the good news is that we do have some control over our destiny and we can change many of the flaws and obstacles that have held us back. It isn't easy to take a step towards change or betterment, but it is without a doubt worth the time and energy to do so. One way to tackle those obstacles, defeat those flaws, and gain some control over an issue is to master the art of self-discipline.
Self-discipline is defined as the ability to control feelings, overcome weakness, and defeat temptation. It is often referred to as willpower, resolve, or self-control. What people may not realize about self-discipline is that it is like a muscle. You can't simply conjure it up and put it into effect to conquer demons, better your health, or strive for that new career goal. You have to work at it, develop it, and nurture it. It doesn't matter if you seek self-discipline to achieve a goal of healthier living, to give up a bad habit, to get that promotion, or to simply be a better parent or person. The process of working that muscle and the end result is the same. The more you exercise it, the better you get at it and the better self-discipline will affect every aspect of your life.
Theodore Roosevelt once said, "With self-discipline most anything is possible." With this guide, you can master a sense of self-discipline to dictate your own impulses and feelings rather than letting those impulses and feelings dictate you. Thirty days and 30 distinct steps and reflections can help you get there.
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