If there is one critical ingredient for a successful quest for both wealth and happiness, it is discipline, but most graduates reject this concept. Yet the acquisition of discipline holds the dream and aspirations of graduates.
Discipline is a way of training your mind and body, or learning to control behavior. It is the bridge between thought and accomplishment, the magic that turns financial necessity into creation of an inspired work of art.
Discipline is the foundation on which all success is built, lack of discipline inevitably leads to failure. Discipline comes to those with the awareness that for a kite to fly, it must rise against the wind; that all good things are achieved by those willing to swim upstream, that drifting aimlessly through life only leads to bitterness and disappointment.
For you to acquire discipline it requires that you develop an awareness of the importance of discipline in your life, start by asking yourself; what do I want to accomplish in life? What changes do I need to make in order to attain my goals? Am I willing to do what it takes? If yes, then you need to make a long term commitment to maintain your discipline wisely, deliberately and constantly.
Discipline is important to all especially to graduates. This is because, discipline attracts opportunity, exciting opportunities invariably come to those who have developed skills and who have the ambition to act through discipline and commitment.
It is that unique process of intelligent thought and activity that put a lid of temper and a faucet on courtesy that encourages success and refuses to accept failure. Anyone can begin the process of being discipline. You can do it by degrees, one step at a time.
Start the new process of being discipline, and learn to stick with your commitment. Out of this seemingly unimportant beginning, you will learn how it feels to be discipline. And from there, the sky is the limit.
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