Self discipline is so hard to master!

Learning to live a self-disciplined life allows us to control our tongue; that is, we can speak from wisdom not conceit and from understanding not brazenness.  A self-disciplined person enables him/her to be focused and centered on those talents that will help you reach your reach your highest potential in a timely manner. There is something significant about you that demands to be stirred up and celebrated.  Don’t let it die in you but rather become a strong life coach for yourself and begin to master the art of self-discipline so you can be catapulted to a new and higher level.  Keep a good attitude, hone in your behavior and keep your eyes on your goals.  It’s your time to be celebrated; however, you won’t be able to reach your highest potential unless you become the master of yourself and discipline yourself to succeed.  I want you to believe that you are full of potential!  What you think about on a continual basis belongs to you.  You have great talents and powers within you however, you are the one who must cultivate them, nurture them and bring them into your present moment.  Believe in yourself, become your own life coach.  Don’t let negative circumstances hold you back.  Master the art of self-discipline and you will, without a doubt, become all that you have desired.

 Steps to help you master self-discipline are:

1. Form a clear vision about your desired outcome.  Formulate it and write it down

2.  Perform your tasks daily with force until they become habit. Keep your mind centered on your end goal and with time, you will develop a routine that flows easily.

3.  Take care of your personal life; that is your physical, emotional and spiritual life.  When you feel better about yourself, self-discipline is easier to maintain.

4.  Remove temptations so you aren’t lured into bad behavior or habits.  We all have weaknesses-identify them and try to keep them out of your minds eye.  

Don’t forget to take time off—reward yourself with something that brings joy to your mind and heart.  In other words, take a day off and do something just for the fun of it but then, put your life coach hat back on,  get disciplined and get your head back in the game.  After all, you are the one who has a plan so please stay motivated and determined to continue to discipline yourself for your greatest good.  For all those who want to reach their highest potential, you need to become a master over your mind, body and spirit. 


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Blog Date: 
Tuesday, January 30, 2018