2. Understand your why.
You need more than a goal to develop discipline. You need to look a little deeper and make sure you know why that goal is important to you.Why do you want to earn that promotion at work?
Want to stop smoking, eat healthier, or kick that bad habit? Why?
By getting really clear on why your goal matters, it becomes much easier to convince yourself to take action and do whatever it takes to get there.
If you can remind yourself exactly why you’re running a mile each morning, you’ll be way more likely to lace up your shoes and make it happen – instead of telling yourself it can wait.
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