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Did You Know?

If you cultivate self Discipline in decision making, the choices which you make that moments can transcend for a lifetime.

Let's say you want to stop your high intake a crabs. Then you give yourself a year to stop crab, days of temptation will definitely come because you are living life the hard way. It take self Discipline to rebuke that tempting and keep on with the journey of your dieting. 

By doing this, your reward will be better in the future, meaning that your goal in reducing your intake of crab will be a success.


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On the journey of self discovery or becoming a better person, we need to master the art of self Discipline.

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