Why are people with self-discipline successful in life, because they understand the success is not instant.

We are living in an instant society, I want it all and I want it now. Everything in our lives is becoming instant. We want instant success. We want to achieve our dreams today.

Society wants instant gratification; they are seldom prepared to work to achieve their dreams.

“Discipline is the soul of an army. It makes small numbers formidable, procures success for the weak, and esteem to all.”  

George Washington.

Self-discipline and success

Discipline is the only way to learn, to develop your skills, your talents and make a meaningful contribution to society and yourself

Self-discipline and success

Without discipline you will not achieve your dreams

You will never achieve your dreams and live a really meaningful life if you only strive for instant gratification.

Discipline is the ability to teach ourselves and learn better ways to achieve our goals.

Discipline helps us to control our needs and desires. To learn, to develop your skills, your talents and your ability as a human being of making a meaningful contribution to society, your family and yourself. That is the only way you will be able to achieve your dreams and be a self fulfilled human being.

If you discipline yourself you can take control over your life.

Discipline will help you to focus your energy to achieve your goals in life.

Discipline helps to focus your emotional, creative, intellectual powers on a problem or opportunity that will help to achieve your dreams.

Without discipline you will not achieve your dreams. The choice is yours: Take actions discipline yourself, enjoy life, and be a self fulfilled human being or ells……….You choose.

“We all have dreams. But in order to make dreams come into reality, it takes an awful lot of determination, dedication, self-discipline, and effort.”  

Jesse Owens

 

“Self-discipline is often disguised as short-term pain, which often leads to long-term gains. The mistake many of us make is the need and want for short-term gains (immediate gratification), which often leads to long-term pain.”

 Charles F. Glassman