As we get older, we stop being told what to do and are forced to make ourselves take action. It can be hard, especially since not doing anything is so…easy. Here are 10 simple ways for growing your personal discipline.
Learn to stay focused when life stops being routine, as Brad Borland did when he was activated for the relief efforts of Hurricane Isaac.
Having a routine can help make your life easy. It can also make you very, very unhappy.
“Hard work” isn’t physical–it’s emotional.
We often find ourselves falling into a routine that isn’t conducive to achieving our goals in life. Time to break free.
The game of golf is surprisingly a lot like the game of life: If you try to sink every shot, you’re only setting yourself up for failure.
Do you know people who had the same grades as you but since leaving college have flown by you on the success train? Don’t give up hope, Jack Busch has identified the only 4 reasons for early achievers and how to make them work for you. One way ticket to Successville here you come.
With the new year upon us, prepare to be bombarded by folks claiming to have methods that will make your New Year’s Resolutions stick. The problem is, the need for resolutions is evidence of one thing: a lack of discipline. Train to become more disciplined and never need a resolution again.
Categories: The Field Manual
Many of use make the mistake of assuming the time management techniques we used to coast through five classes a semester as an undergrad will apply to our new jobs where we’re given much more freedom and a lot less structure. There’s hope: implement these five strategies and you’ll be the most organized guy in the bullpen.