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Self-discipline never seems evenly distributed. Some people seem able to put their mind to anything, and never falt...
Self-discipline never seems evenly distributed. Some people seem able to put their mind to anything, and never falter in reaching their goals. Others are constantly struggling to stay focused.
In this article, we present five steps that should help you develop your self-discipline. You can’t expect your personality to change completely, but it is always possible to improve yourself in incremental steps.
There are plenty of ways to operate a “to do” list, ranging from a simple sheet of paper to any one of hundreds of computer programs and apps.
Choose one, and make your list central to your life. Ticking things off as you do them can prove satisfying and addictive.
If you haven’t exercised in years, don’t plan to run a marathon in three months – it’s fairly unrealistic. However, a 30-minute walk three times a week shouldn’t be too hard to fit in.
By making your goals realistic, you’re more likely to stick to them, and hopefully your successes will encourage you to push for higher levels of achievement.
Sometimes life will get in the way and you will disappoint yourself by failing to achieve your aims or slipping back into bad habits.
There’s absolutely NOTHING to gain by focusing on failure. Brush yourself off and start over.
When you do manage to maintain your self-discipline, make sure you allow yourself a reward. Whether you’ve stuck to an exercise program for a month, or managed to finally quit smoking or drinking, treat yourself to something you really want. After all, you deserve it!
If you’re really determined to achieve something, think about making yourself accountable by sharing your goal with family or friends, or even with your whole online social network.