This Is What Happens When You Commit To Becoming More Disciplined

We tend to have a love-hate relationship with discipline.

For left-brained people, who thrive on spontaneity and the freedom to create “as-you-go,” it can be extremely challenging to be disciplined. For right-brained people, who tend to cope better with structure and order, being disciplined may not be as challenging.

The late Jim Rohn said, “There are two types of pain you will go through in life, the pain of discipline and the pain of regret. Discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tonnes.”

The best definition of discipline I’ve come across is, it is giving yourself a command and sticking to it. As someone who likes to have a certain level of structure and order, I believe becoming more disciplined can benefit us in many ways.

Before I started building a platform online, I had dabbled with the idea of blogging in the mid to late 2000s. At that time, blogging was still relatively new and I thought it would be good to have a website with content related to what I do.

But there was one problem!

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