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5. Lack of Discipline

5. Lack of Discipline

Discipline takes self-control, sacrifice and avoiding distractions and temptations. It means staying focused.

You might have an idealized vision of what success will look and feel like. Although that can be motivational, it might not be realistic. Be clear on what will satisfy your objectives and don’t obsess about superficial details.

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