3 Ways To Develop Discipline

Pop quiz!
On a scale of 1-10...
How disciplined are you?
1 = "I can never commit to and stick with something"
10 = "I stick with what I say I am going to do in every aspect of my life. Always."
Abraham Lincoln said, "Discipline is choosing between what you want now, and what you want most."
Discipline is the skill that separates the Dreamers from the Doers.

Here are 3 Ways To Develop Discipline:


1. Surround yourself with expansive and positive people

We are most like in thought, income, and action as the five people we surround ourselves with most often. 
Ask Yourself...
"Who are the people I can surround myself with who will stretch and expand my life?"

2. Expose yourself to positive input

This is what books, magazines, music, radio, television, movies, media, etc. you consume that influence your thinking.
What kind of information do you spend your time consuming?
Does that information support what you ultimately want to create?
(i.e. Studying an article that supports your dream instead of scrolling on social media watching mindless videos.)
If not...
What could you do instead?

3. Identify a place to invite, stretch, mold, and shape your thoughts.

Consider where do you do your best thinking. 
This could be out in nature on a serene hike.
Going for a walk, riding a bike, taking a drive, meditating, fishing, etc.
Try some things out and decide what makes you feel the most expansive.
Then ask...
"How can I build that into my life?"
"How can I be more consistent with that?"
Practice these 3 things and stay consistent with them.
Be aware of the old patterns that want to pull you back to what's familiar.
Stay disciplined with your thoughts, feelings, and actions towards your dream and you will reach them.
In the words of Dory...
"Keep swimming."

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