Discipline means sticking to your action plan no matter what. It means you don’t get sidetracked by watching TV or going out with your friends when you should be working on your plan. It means that nothing comes between you and the things you need to do to reach your goals. Self-discipline involves what needs to be done rather than what you would like to do. Self-discipline is the key to achieving your desired goals.  Here are a few guidelines that you can follow to help you improve on your self-discipline:

Don’t wait. Get started today. By putting it off, you are procrastinating and procrastination is a sign of poor self-discipline. If your goal is something that you want badly enough, why would you want to wait?

Practice good habits. Developing control over your day-to-day life is the first step in learning that you can control your success and happiness. Habits can be either good or bad. They can make you are break you. You have to decide which habits that you have are keeping you from achieving what you want and it is up to you to break them.

Focus on your rewards. What positive results will you see from your efforts. How will your life be improved? Visualize the rewards of your success as clearly as you can. Picture in your mind how much better your life will be when you achieve your target.

Use the worksheets below to help you develop the discipline you need to reach your goals!

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