Can you imagine what your life would feel like with more self-discipline? What would you do? When you take action on something that matters to you regardless of your immediate impulses—you practice self-discipline. It’s choosing to move forward to act on what you most care about despite hardship, and it feels really good. In fact, we could all use more of it. Every time that we practice self-discipline, we choose to reclaim our life. We pursue our dreams, act on them, and stay motivated when we don’t feel like it. We engage in self-discipline by exercising our willpower and focused attention to choose action over distraction. Continue Reading!
Think about something you would really like to change. Now, imagine yourself actively engaging in the process to change that—feeling strong, focused, and determined. What happens between that gap: the moment when we want to change and the moment when we begin? We all have something we want to change, but we often hesitate to start because it’s exhausting, especially if it involves a high degree of uncertainty. Let’s look at why change happens, and what is it that propels decisive action. Continue Reading!