Thursday, September 08, 2011

The Truth About Discipline

It doesn’t take a lot of effort to wear a nametag every day.

But it does take discipline.

Not much. But enough to accumulate. Enough to carry over to bigger pursuits like writing, meditation and exercise.

That’s how discipline works: When you commit yourself in small, non-threatening venues where the effort requirements are lower, you make it easier for yourself to win at something bigger.

It’s kind of a side door approach, but it works.
Ask any high school coach. Students who play on a sports team tend to achieve higher academic scores than those who don’t.

Because their discipline multiplies. Their minds are already conditioned for consistency. And once practice is over, all they have to do is change gears.

What micro discipline you start today to pave the way?

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Scott Ginsberg
That Guy with the Nametag
Author, Speaker, Publisher, Artist, Mentor

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