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5. Monitor your progress

It’s important to track your progress and check how far you’ve reached. Make a checklist on an app or keep a calendar to mark your daily routine.

Self-monitoring gives you confidence and makes it easier for you to track down your weaknesses and opportunity areas. Once you find out your weakness, it’ll be much easier to tackle it.

Remember, self-discipline is not a day’s or a month’s process. It will take time to develop. Have faith in yourself and do not compare your progress with others. You’ll definitely achieve your goals at the right time if you’re willing to work hard for them.


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Track your progress

Tracking your progress helps you understand how you’re doing and gives you a target to reach. This makes it easier to keep up with your momentum.

It makes you accountable to your goal and helps you to stay on track.

Keep Track Of Your Habit Every Day

It helps to know how often you’re succeeding (or not). Use whatever works for you: pen and paper of habit tracking apps.

A simple way to keep track of your progress is to mark each day you complete your habit on a calendar.

3.d. Implementation: Cultivating Discipline

Identify a Keystone Habit: Choose one small habit that you believe will have a positive ripple effect on your discipline. This could be making your bed each morning, a simple task that sets a tone of accomplishment.


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