Discipline of success – Day 73/139

In the aftermath of my military refresher I want to share a few thoughts on discipline.

The military wouldn’t work without it.

It has been shown that intelligent people can be commanded to kill in a strictly disciplined environment. When  you want to apply external discipline to control your people, you need to be strict but you still need to make the people want to do it themselves.

The interesting question is:

Where does discipline end and self-control comes into the picture?

Not only the military but also our society tries to discipline everyone to behave accordingly. We live in a world of rules and regulations. If you want to succeed you have to pick a target and then have the self-control to keep on the right track.

Self-control is one of the guiding principles in the teachings of Brian Tracy, a speaker and author in self-help and personal success creation. If you’re interested in the very basics of success, here’s a great video of Tracy in action. It’s over an hour so you might want to skip the uninteresting parts.

If you want to succeed, you must have the self-control to do it. As Tracy puts it, you have to stay in line for success.

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4 responses to “Discipline of success – Day 73/139

  1. great video, thanks for sharing!

  2. Thanks for pointing me to that direction! Brian Tracy is my guru, but I didn’t know about Brendon Burchard from whom I already got a couple of great ideas.

  3. Great to have you here Johannes and Kari. It’s always nice to hear someone got new ideas you. Personally I don’t consider either one of those guys my gurus, at least yet.

  4. Listen to Brian’s Success Mastery Academy, a two day recording from 1996, I believe. You will be converted 😉 Highly entertaining too.

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