Discipline changes lives because it improves everything and everyone it touches.
The further you drift from discipline, the more things in your life slide into disarray, and you suffer without benefit. The more anything in your life disconnects from your discipline, the less it is positioned or maximized to deliver on its possibility of value.
Discipline is the shortcut, as you know I'm fond of saying. It's worth repeating and expanding that discipline isn't just a shortcut. It's a ticket into the game. It's the guardian at the gate. It's a superpower to earn by undertaking the journey.
Discipline changes your life first, then the lives of others through you, when you commit to it and put it to work. So the question to ask yourself is, "What in my life do I need to change or improve?"
It's not a matter of "if" there are answers for you, only "what" answers you're willing to put on the table and address.
Answer the call. Do the work.
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Brian Kight is a multi-industry leader on the topics of leadership, culture, and behavior. He provides simple systems that produce exceptional results for organizations, teams, and people.