Discipline, in my opinion, is a determined characteristic of happiness. An essential capital we all possess is intelligence and strength to change something and to persevere to succeed. Where another stopped, you continue. This shows that you are in control of changing or improving your life.
Happiness is the effect of incessantly acting steadfastly with the intention of achieving your goals, where your actions and choices are in accordance with the MultiLaws: laws toward greater happiness and success.
There are so many people living fantastic and brilliant lives, while they started with nothing. They are people who have modified their behavior (thoughts, emotions and feelings), to use self-discipline and action to make their behavior resonate with the laws. If you know all this, could it be a solution to your problems for you?
It is not about high learning or intelligence, it is not about arrogance or finding yourself better than others. No, it’s about discipline, putting what you know and learn into practice and applying the underlying principles of happiness in your daily life. In short: becoming your own role model. Develop a force that excites yourself and leads you to integrate a law into your life daily, which brings you into alignment with your goals.
In my consultations, I find that this law, the law of discipline, is the most important one to work on. Clients who have successfully applied this law become true professionals in doing and acting. They are driven in study and motivated to learn details about happiness because they really want to change something in their lives.
To generate something new, you must first stop doing something old
This law also says that sometimes you have to give up some things and habits to obtain an immense positive effect in your life in the long run. You have to break free, as it were, from your old familiar self and its bad habits. This “old self,” which likes to occupy itself, for example, with watching TV, senseless drinking, activities directed at people, things and situations, such as judging or lingering in ego, worrying about circumstances over which there is no control. Your new self has created a powerful new personality trait: “self-discipline.
In fact, self-discipline ensures constant happiness at all times. In doing so, compile a list of priorities for yourself. These help determine the quality of your (business) life. Combined with the application of the laws, this generates positive generating energy.
Then ask yourself: where is my attention going at the moment? What do I use my time for on a daily basis?
Make a list in which you want to be disciplined. Analyze yourself. What do you need to change, what actions could be better? Start with two items on the list and make small steps. After all, each small step affects the whole. This means that if you make a small change, it has an immediate impact on your entire life.
Discipline and self-discipline are essential for greater happiness and for success in any field.
To build discipline into your daily life, incidentally the hardest thing of all, and to build in enough time, and above all to actually do it, the following laws also apply:
That is, if you want to build discipline into your daily activities and you combine it with the law of repetition and the law of action, discipline will become an automatic healthy habit. A habit that supports your goals and changes your reality. And as you take in the new information through the law of neuroplasticity, about how the brain works, you will become and stay disciplined even faster.