One popular but false belief about discipline
There are tons of distorted opinions about discipline commonly accepted as true. It’s easy to...
It isn’t a role that establishes the excellence of a person. It’s the person who brings distinction to a role. Excellence is established because of the individual not because of the seat they occupy.
Nor is character and competence granted because someone holds a position with a prominent title. A position of authority might give a person power but it doesn’t give them principles worth admiring, following, or emulating. Those come exclusively from the individual filling the post.
Discipline is the shortcut. Do the work.
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