“A man who conquers himself is greater than he who conquers a thousand men in battle” — Buddha
• control gained by enforcing obedience or order
• orderly or prescribed conduct or pattern of behavior
The first usage of the word “discipline” was to describe punishment.
Discipline… deals with having control over your behavior.
Discipline… is training that molds, corrects, and perfects your character.
Discipline… is about control that defines your actions and thoughts.
Discipline… is order and obedience.
Most of us, if not all of us, are naturally undisciplined.
First, our parents try and discipline us, then the schools.
As we grow up, more and more people try and control our behavior:
• “Keep quiet”
• “Stay in line”
• “Walk, don’t run!”
While discipline may be helpful, some of the discipline you’ve received in the past has actually gone against you instead of for you.
It’s trained you to stay small and shy away from your potential.
That said, each one of us needs more of the good SELF-DISCIPLINE in life to reach success faster. This is the type of discipline only you could find and tune into.
Discipline is self-mastery. It’s a balance between your desires and your constraints.
Discipline is like a ride that gets you from where you are to where you want to be.
To be successful in all areas of life, you will not be able to compromise on discipline.
Discipline will get you what you want – and it’s a requirement for all successful people that I write about in The 10X Rule, The ONLY Difference Between Success and Failure.
If you don’t discipline yourself the marketplace will discipline you!
Consistency builds discipline, and disciplined actions done consistently create success.
Discipline is what makes you dangerous.
Those who put in the work every day will get results despite age, handicaps, being busy or whatever slew of life interruptions come at you.
Everyone experiences discipline – just for the wrong things.
That’s because most peoples’ disciplines look more like bad habits instead of constructive actions that will provide them with Massive Success.
Discipline is what you use to complete any activity until that activity results in success – regardless of how uncomfortable.
In order to attain and keep hold of success, you must determine which habits are good – and discipline yourself to do those things over and over again.
If you want it bad enough, get the discipline necessary for you to create MASSIVE SUCCESS for yourself and your family.
After all, Success is your duty, obligation, and responsibility! Start disciplining yourself by training on Cardone University for just 10 minutes a day.