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Transcript of Self-Discipline Presentation
I think that if a person has self-discipline, they can do anything because they will push themselves to work hard at all times, and never give up. Self-discipline also means being patient, and being disciplined enough to give up something present for something better in the future.
The discipline and training of oneself, usually for improvement: Acquiring the habit of promptness requires self-discipline. The act of disciplining or power to discipline one's own feelings, desires, etc, especially with the intention of improving oneself.
A POSITIVE OUTLOOK
STRONG BELIEF IN SELF
STRONG SENSE OF PURPOSE
THE ABILITY TO PLAN
CAN LEARN NEW SKILLS
GOOD COMMUNICATION SKILLS
UNDERSTANDS VALUE OF PERSEVERANCE
FEELS PLEASURE IN HARD WORK
A self-disciplined person is a successful person; a person who will work hard, and in result will succeed and achieve. To be a self-disciplined achiever, one must develop a variety of characteristics that all achievers have in common.
What do you
A truly self-disciplined person doesn't need people to tell them to work or do better on an assignment; they are already doing their best just because they want to. This is what I think a self-disciplined person looks like.
In my opinion, a self-disciplined person is someone who pushes themselves, even when they might not want to. A self-disciplined person is determined, dedicated, and hard-working in everything they do, but the thing that makes them stand out as a self-disciplined achiever is their drive and desire to push themselves when no one else might.
One thing that is very interesting about people with true self-discipline is that not only do they in general accomplish more in their lives than undisciplined people, but they have also been shown to be more successful and happier than a person without self-discipline.
Although at first it might seem that people with immense self-discipline are only depriving themselves and keeping themselves from having any fun and being happy, it has have shown that this is far from the truth. Studies have proved that exerting self control may not only make a person happier in the long run, but it can also cause more happiness in the moment by increasing a person's mood.
SELF-DISCIPLINE BRIGHTENS MOOD
A recent study has shown that those who exert a lot of self-control in their everyday lives are happier and more satisfied than the rest of us weak-willed schlubs who, for example, can't stop ourselves from eating that sugar cookie that's just sitting there begging to be eaten. Researchers also found that highly disciplined people avoid putting themselves in situations where they will have to deny themselves something they want. In other words, they'll walk right past that bakery and never be tormented by that sugar cookie's siren call – let alone their failure to resist it.
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.
SONIA M. SOTOMAYOR
How can we be self disciplined leaders?