Sat, 08 May | Live Seminar

Developing Self-Discipline

Self-Discipline is the bridge between your dreams and your accomplishments. You can implement it, develop it and let it change your life.
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Developing Self-Discipline

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08 May, 10:00 – 10:30
Live Seminar

About the Event

Let us make you see the benefit of overcoming procrastination and developing self-discipline.

Imagine Jane. She wakes up before dawn each morning to exercise. She works very efficiently in the office, ignoring distractions, and devoting all of her attention to high-value projects. In the evening, she attends a class online; she'll be graduating in a few months with her MBA.

How can people like Jane achieve so much, so consistently? And how can we accomplish as much in our personal lives and careers? Part of the answer lies in overcoming procrastination and developing self-discipline. This is what pushes us to deliver on our best intentions and goals, even when we don't feel like doing so. If we have self-discipline, we are able to put off short-term pleasure (or endure short-term inconvenience or discomfort) in the pursuit of long-term gain.

What Is Self-Discipline?

Self-discipline is the ability to push yourself forward, stay motivated, and take action, regardless of how you're feeling, physically or emotionally. You are showing it when you intentionally choose to pursue something better for yourself, and you do it in spite of factors like distractions, hard work, or unfavorable odds.

Why Work on Your Self-Discipline?

Self-discipline is useful in many areas of our lives.

For instance, it's what pushes you to do high-quality work, even when you don't feel like it. It gives you the strength to stay professional with your clients, even when you're ready to throw in the towel. It helps you stick with and achieve tough goals that you set for yourself. Self-discipline also enables you to keep going through to great success, despite what others might see as seemingly insurmountable odds.

Self-discipline is different from self-motivation or willpower. Motivation and willpower contribute to it, as do persistence, the ability to follow through on your intentions, and hard work.

Self-discipline is like a muscle: the more you work on developing it and using it, the stronger it will become.

If you need extra support to design the best personalized strategies for self-discipline, go VIP and let us assist you further.

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