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Self-Discipline and Personal Success

Self-Discipline and Personal Success

According to Aristotle, the ultimate aim of human life is to be happy. The biggest thing that holds most people back from pursuing their dreams and being happy is a lack of self-discipline. If you cultivate self-discipline, set clear goals, and begin doing the things you already know you should be doing, nothing will keep you from achieving success.

Remember, success isn’t an accident—you need to have the discipline to work hard at it.

And only with self-discipline will you have the drive to persist through the hardest obstacles in your path to success.

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