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Self discipline - Brian Tracy

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Self discipline - Brian Tracy

Discipline weighs ounces, but regret weighs tons.
The key word is "sacrifice".
It is the ability for you to sacrifice inmediate pleasure or gratification in the present so that you can enjoy greater rewards down the road.

Discipline weighs ounces, but regret weighs tons.
The key word is "sacrifice".
It is the ability for you to sacrifice inmediate pleasure or gratification in the present so that you can enjoy greater rewards down the road.

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  1. 1. Self-discipline Discipline weighs ounces, but regret weighs tons The key word is «sacrifice». It is the ability for you to sacrifice inmediate pleasure or gratification in the present so that you can enjoy greater rewards down the road. -Jim Rollins Brian Tracy’s report
  2. 2. Habit is the most important Self-discipline is a habit that you can learn with practice and repetition. It takes approximately 21 days of repetition, without exception. Sometimes you can develop a habit faster, and sometimes it will take longer, it’s up to you and how determined you are. Successful people are those who «Make a habit of doing what unsuccessful people don’t like to do». -Herbert Grey
  3. 3. Nine disciplines There are 9 disciplines you can develop that will improve every area of your life. It turns out that every exercise of self-discipline strengthens every other discipline at the same time, just as every weakness in self-discipline weakens you in other disciplines as well. <ul><ul><li>The Discipline of clear thinking </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The Discipline of daily time management </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The Discipline of courage </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The Discipline of excellent health habits </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The Discipline of regular saving an investing </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The Discipline of hard work </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The Discipline of continuous learning </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The Discipline of presistence </li></ul></ul>
  4. 4. <ul><ul><li>The Discipline of clear thinking </li></ul></ul>a) Take time to think through the critical issues and problems in your life. b) Sit quietly for 30 -60 min. to think. c) Activate your super conscious mind and trigger your intuition by practicing solitude. d) Take a pad of paper and write down every detail of problem situation you are facing. e) The ability to make good decisions is a combination of experience plus reflection. f) Go for a walk or exercise. g) Talk your situation over with someone else who you like and trust and who is not emotionally involved. h) Always ask «what are my assumptions?», «what is it what you are assuming to be true about the situation?». Always be open to the possibility that you could be complety wrong in your current course of action. Be open to doing something completely different. «Fast people decisions are usually wrong people decisions» In addition, fast decisions with regard to your family career, money or any other major issue are usuarlly wrong decisions.
  5. 5. <ul><ul><li>The Discipline of clear thinking </li></ul></ul>a) Take time to think through the critical issues and problems in your life. b) Sit quietly for 30 -60 min. to think. c) Activate your super conscious mind and trigger your intuition by practicing solitude. d) Take a pad of paper and write down every detail of problem situation you are facing. e) The ability to make good decisions is a combination of experience plus reflection. f) Go for a walk or exercise. g) Talk your situation over with someone else who you like and trust and who is not emotionally involved. h) Always as «what are my assumptions?», «what is it what you are assuming to be true about the situation?». Always be open to the possibility that you could be complety wrong in your current course of action. Be open to doing something completely different. «Fast people decisions are usually wrong people decisions» In addition, fast decisions with regard to your family career, money or any other major issue are usuarlly wrong decisions.

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