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When you are not disciplined, you know only one part of the equation: immediate gratification (our desire to experience pleasure or fulfillment without delay).
But delayed gratification (resistance to the temptation of an immediate reward in preference for a later reward) is so much better in the long turn.
If you don’t know your reward yet, and you simply have no relevant experience to get to like self-discipline, leverage what you know.
For example: if you don't know what abundance means, because you have never experienced it, you probably know what financial struggles mean. Work from there.
Your self-discipline has its root in your habits. They make us who we are. And changing one’s habits is the most reliable way to change yourself and your life.
Developing self-discipline via daily habits is so natural. If you have something to do every day, excuses and procrastination won’t have much power.
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Make yourself accountable for what you do or don’t do. You don’t have to do things to prove something to others.
Make a To-Do list with your goals, intentions and proposed actions, and try ...
If we are not honest in our communication due to any internal fear, we are not taken seriously. People can tell when we are not honest.
There is no need to hide anything or play the victim card. Honesty seems difficult as it requires humility, but if followed, it is easier to be self-disciplined.
People won’t do what you are not doing, and they won’t do what you are doing, if you tell them to do so.
You need to do what’s right, but not have any expectations. Let your actions speak for you.
... to develop self-discipline:
One of the most important things you can do to get better at self-discipline is to take small actions.
It can seem overwhelming to start big, intimidating projects. Instead, start with easy actions, things so small you can’t say no.