When Discipline is Dangerous

Everyone and their grandmother seems to be yelling at you these days to be more disciplined. Yet, what happens when you try to (yet again) commit to that new habit that will change everything? If you’re like most people, you do it for a few days then fall back into old ways. Then you watch some youtube videos, pick up James Clear’s Atomic Habits, (which you’ve started 4 times attempting to read the whole damn thing), make a new promise to yourself and set yourself up for inevitable failure. Wash, rinse, repeat. 

When you think of discipline, typically you’re thinking about making yourself do something that you don’t really want to do. If you’ve ever struggled to do this, you’ll want to hear this episode. The perspective shift will make life so much easier for you and you’ll find it easier to accomplish the things you want. 

Understanding this way of relating to yourself, will allow you to establish unconditional trust with yourself and you’ll find you’ll be happier overall while accomplishing your goals seemingly effortlessly.  

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