Category Archives: Discipline

The Seven Power Sources

Keep your thoughts positive because your thoughts become your words. Keep your words positive because your words become your behavior. Keep your behavior positive because your behavior becomes your habits. Keep your habits positive because your habits become your values. Keep your values positive because your values become your destiny.

– Mahatma Gandhi

Power Sources of GandhiWhen you speak of power, you usually think of a Rockefeller or a Trump, somebody with money or property. But one of the most powerful men who ever lived had neither. Mahatma Gandhi didn’t own a house, he had no money, but his influence eclipses that of any other person of this century. Though born into wealth, he ultimately gave it all away and through the course of his life managed to let go of material trappings. He followed a life of simplicity. Continue reading

Power of Concentration

power-of-concentrationClarity and concentration go hand in hand in accomplishing what you want in life. Concentration upon a single idea has been the hallmark of success for countless people and organizations.

Intel, the manufacturer of computer processors. quadrupled the speed at which computer processors can deal with information in less than a decade by concentrating its energy on building better processors. Continue reading

The Law OF Cause And Effect

“Shallow men believe in luck or in circumstance. Strong men believe in cause and effect.”

― Ralph Waldo Emerson

Law of cause and effectYou need to gain an understanding of the law of cause and effect in order to get better. The law of cause and effect states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Our results are an effect. The cause is our action. In other words, you are going to get back what you put out.

We live in the world of instant gratification. We need to move from instant gratification to delayed gratification. Develop a long term perspective to leave a legacy for ourselves. Continue reading

Act Now to Manifest Your Goal

Take actionYou know, it’s almost outrageous when you take a look at the phenomenal results can happen from one single idea. But you know that cell phone you’re using … you know the internet that is connecting us all. They were all nothing but the expression of ideas, and they were all made into reality because somebody took action on them. It’s like someone said, “ideas are a dime a dozen.”  But the person who moves into action on them is worth millions. Continue reading

Applied Knowledge and Self Discipline Are the Key to Success

Do you feel that you have all the knowledge to succeed in a trade, but still haven’t achieved much advancement?

Knowledge is not the power. Knowledge is only a potential power. It is the application of knowledge with self-discipline that is the key to success in your life. It does not matter how much you know, it is what you do with what you know is the key. Lot of people attend seminars to seminars, some read book after book and listen to audio after audio. Those who succeed in life and the ones that apply what they learn. You must learn to apply what you’ve learned. Once you applied your knowledge, you must watch the result and fine tune approach.

Your mind plays all types of tricks to not work on the activities needed to be successful in life. It takes self-discipline to accept your mistakes and acknowledge your limitations. Your inner voice exaggerates your values and results beyond the actuals. So it takes self-discipline to be honest with yourself and others.

By trying out the activities, observing the outcome and fine tuning the course, you will attain perfection in what you do. Follow this cycle until we reach mastery in what you do. If you follow this process, you’ll reap rewards of all the benefit this process offers. In order for this process to work, you must master the art of consistent self-discipline.

You can reach your fullest potential by following self-discipline to be successful in your life.

Self-Discipline has many advantages; it makes you feel better about yourself. Even simple disciplines such as drinking a glass of water first thing in the morning can create incredible effect on your attitude.

It takes self-discipline to form new habits. Begin a new habit, no matter how small it is. Size of the habit is not that important. The key is to stay with it long enough until it becomes a habit that you can do this with less effort.Apply the new discipline consistently to overcome the bad habits formed over years. You need to have some quiet time to understand distractions that are stopping you to go from point A to point B.

Once the habit is formed, it is very hard to change. Also you can change bad habits carefully using self-discipline slowly and steadily.Apply consistent self-discipline to substitute a bad habit with a new habit to succeed in your life.