"10 Brilliant Ways To Master Your Self-Discipline "

1. Know Your Weaknesses, In Order To Change Them.

Knowing your weaknesses is a good thing for building self-discipline muscle.

It will encourage you to be more positive in developing and understanding what you need to change.
2. Self-Monitor & Be A Witness To How You Do The Things You Do.

If you constantly reflect on your daily habits and remember what motivates you, you will then have better results with your self-discipline for the times when you feel that they are low.
3. Reward Your Good Behaviors More Often.

Since we usually want to discipline ourselves to avoid certain bad habits anyway, the only way to get around this is to start releasing dopamine from our healthier habits and more often.
So give yourself a pat on the back for making your bed, or treat yourself to a latte after you’ve worked out.

If you do this, you will start to see your self-discipline rise because you will be retraining your mind to enjoy correctness.
4. Remove All Of The Temptations That Get In The Way Of Your Self-Discipline.

The best way of avoiding temptation altogether is practicing the “out of sight, out of mind” theory.

So if you stay up too late, remove the TV from your bedroom.
5. Master The First 20 Seconds & Reinforce Yourself With Positive Self-Talk.

If you would like to master your self-discipline, you also have to have enough motivation to start for the first 20 seconds of any given task in which you would like to complete.
Once you have gathered enough energy and momentum, it’ll be much easier to sustain and carry out.

people who achieve the most out of life, often motivate themselves with positive self-talk especially when they have no one else telling them to get moving.
6. Work On A Passion Project That Will Make Your Self-Discipline Shine.

Having a passion for something will not only inspire oneself to be more self-disciplined but it will also allow you to easily carry it through because you are enjoying what you are doing.
7. Show Up, Inch Closer Towards Your Goals & Have Patience.

When you are building your self-discipline muscle, be aware that with anything that you undertake, self-discipline not excluded, that it’s going to be hard, and realistically, that it’s going to take time.
Everything great consists of small moving parts, it’s like fine machinery that consists of hard work and patience.

And if you pair that with a little grace with yourself as you steadily inch closer towards your goals, you can go so much further!
8. Use "The Power Of Three" To Lower Your High Expectations

Creating a list of three small little action steps that you can do straight away will get closer to your desired outcome instead of being stuck in decision paralysis.
9. Avoid The Comparison Trap & Remain Positive.

Does your inner dialogue or inner narrative compare your every move with others?
If so, it’s time to change how often you compare your life with the way others live theirs if you would like to master your self-discipline.
10. Self-Discipline Is A Daily Skill — If You Don’t Use It, You Lose It.

The more we repeat and practice a given task or habit it will eventually make a habit out of it.

Get back again if your self-discipline starts to slip, try until you master your self-control, & repeat.
Like with any skill, repeated practice is how you will thrive, it will never go away and it’s going to be a lifelong commitment.
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