If you want to discover some key concepts to self discipline read this. We all need to be aware of these things and understand that each and every one of us has got what it takes to be who we truly want to be. It just takes a little bit of a different point of view and a better understanding of your inner strength and power.
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Understand What It Will Take to Get There
When you want something really bad, picturing yourself at the end of that long path, your ideal self, just isn’t enough. You need to not only want what you achieve but to want to deal with those so called negative feelings that’ll come along the way, being the result of you pushing yourself outside your comfort zone, going against what you want at the moment to think about what you’ll be wanting 30 min or 30 years from now. You’ll pass through it and it’ll be the most beautiful path you’ll ever see, yet the hardest, the steepest, the toughest one ever. But that path, is the beauty of life, and you have to truly and sincerely understand that in order to prove to yourself that YES, you WANT that; YES you’re READY to give anything you have.
Self Discipline is Self Love
Self discipline is having that value of respecting at every moment of every day what your gut once told you, what your dreams reveal, what you know you’re made for in this life. It’s all about baby steps, and the way to get there is to take the time and effort to build step by step each and every brick of that massive wall of yours; you need self love for that. Because there may be demotivating environments, or people, or events, or habits that get in your way but if you have self love, it’ll save you. It’s what makes you say to yourself “I know you really want to go out tonight, but you’ll regret it later, and I can’t let that happen to you because I love you too much” ; embrace that love and use it as your strength, it’s your biggest one.
Your Future Self
What would your future self want? Converse with her, discuss how you feel now and how you imagine feeling later. Do it as if it were another person giving you advice; it’ll all seem so much more clear.
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