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- What Self-Awareness Really Is (and How to Cultivate It)
- Self-knowledge and self-discipline
- Self-Discipline in 10 days How To Go From Thinking To Doing
- Self Knowledge self discipline
Although most people believe that they are self-aware, true self-awareness is a rare quality. In this piece, the author describes a recent large-scale investigation that shed light on some of the biggest roadblocks, myths, and truths about what self-awareness really is — and what it takes to cultivate it. Understanding these key points can help leaders learn to see themselves more clearly.
It is simply knowing who you are and understanding why you think, feel and behave the way you do. Know your history. Identify your strengths. Accept your weakness. Recognize your motives.
What Self-Awareness Really Is (and How to Cultivate It)
For this simple lesson, I thank you from the bottom of my heart. Getting Started 7 2. Action-oriented Self-talk 31 4. Day One: Fear of Failure 53 6. Day Two: Fear of Success 61 7. Day Three: Fear of Rejection 67 8. Day Four: Fear of Mediocrity 74 9. The Decision Stage The Preparation Stage The Action Stage Whenever and wherever I conduct self-discipline workshops, seminars, or classes, I always hear this question: "Can I actually improve my self-discipline in only ten days?
YES Absolutely. Actually, you will experience improvement in one day! Your improvement will be in direct proportion to how closely you follow the program in this book. A partial effort will generate a partial result. The exercises, tips, and techniques contained in this book came from many different and diverse sources.
This book contains the quickest and easiest methods currently available for improving self-discipline. Did you notice that I did not say "The best methods"? The best methods can take lots of time and tons of effort to understand and employ.
In this book you will find methods that will work fast and painless; we will use a no-frills approach. But I promise that you will learn more than you will need to improve your self-discipline immediately.
To facilitate your consumption and digestion of this material, all psychobabble and jargon have been skimmed off. So you're getting only the real goods in a powerful and concentrated dose. The system in this book will give you the insight, techniques, and tips to quickly improve your self- discipline skill.
You will note that I said, "skill. No one comes into the world with it. And improving self-discipline, like improving any skill, is simply a matter of education and practice. Some of us learned self-discipline from parents, friends, or relatives. Others of us learned it through school, sports, the armed forces, or maybe even through our own intuition.
Unfortunately, however, most of us were never taught the psychology of self-discipline, how it really works. So we can't always use it when we need it. This book will help you learn what you need to know, and unlearn what you need to drop. Soon you will be aware of many tools, techniques, and concepts to help you unravel the mystery of self-discipline. You are going to be amazed at how quickly and easily this self-discipline system works.
Sound promising? Then let's get started. This section is filled with information that will put your whole self to work for you. Before you tackle the ten-day self-discipline plan, be sure that you are familiar with all the information in the Preliminary Information chapter. Most self-discipline failures occur because of a lack of psychological preparation.
The Preliminary Information chapter is designed to provide you with the necessary psychological preparation to make this system work. Next comes the ten-day program for the development of awareness and attitude.
This system evolved over years of experimentation and research. Through classes, workshops, and seminars, I've taught this system to people from all walks of life. Its overall design has a purpose. Each exercise, technique, and lesson was designed to follow the one that precedes it. Do not devour this book all at once. Do not skip around from chapter to chapter. While you don't have to complete the ten-day section in ten consecutive days, don't spread it out too much. Such an approach, while yielding some benefits, will leave you with the hole rather than the donut.
In other words, don't work against yourself. Prepare yourself for the ten-day program by thoroughly learning the Preliminary Information. Then the ten-day portion of the program will zoom past and you'll soon be putting self-discipline into motion. I've seen it happen time and time again. So remember: Follow the instructions! Do the exercises in order! Before you take another step, meet your greatest obstacle to self-discipline: Meet Hyde Every psychological theory recognizes that we are made up of several different selves.
So, obviously, we have more than one side of ourselves with which to contend. Moreover, difficulty arises when we consider that frequently our different sides want to go in different directions. Inner conflict, it's called. Sometimes one side of us wants to engage in a productive activity such as working on a report for work, cleaning the kitchen, or balancing the checkbook.
But another side of us wants to watch television and eat chocolate chip cookies, or anything else to avoid doing something we consider a productive use of time. In other words, there is a part of you that does not want self-discipline. This side of you we'll call Hyde. In Robert Lewis Stevenson's classic novel, Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, we find a literary example that perfectly suits ours needs here. Basically the story is about a benevolent doctor who, through chemical experimentation on himself, brought out the evil side of his personality while suppressing the good side. The two sides of himself ended up in a struggle for dominance that eventually destroyed them both. Think of the part of you that wants self-discipline as Dr. Jekyll, and the part of you that fights your attempts at self-discipline as Hyde.
Get the idea? Do not, however, think of your Hyde side as an enemy. Think, instead, of Hyde as the part of you that is creative, fun-loving, and pleasure-seeking; the child side of yourself. You do not want to do battle with Hyde, but you want to recruit Hyde as a partner who supports your self-discipline efforts. Time and time again, participants in my workshops, seminars, and courses have reaffirmed that this concept, understanding it and applying it, has been instrumental in their self-discipline successes.
So, you will begin by learning about how your personal Hyde operates. Hyde believes: If I begin a structured, organized journey toward any chosen goal: I'll become a slave to routine I'll lose my freedom I'll lose my sense of fun I'll drown in a sea of responsibilities I'll put too much pressure on myself We all have a rebellious side to our personalities that resists any form of structure.
We bring this rebellious seed from our childhood. One of the first words a child learns to say emphatically is "NO. Hyde, the name we will call your inner childlike rebel, battles any form of authority, even if the authority is you. Hyde subconsciously says: "Nobody can tell me what to do, not even me.
You will also learn how to counteract this self-inflicted negative influence. But beware, you will experience resistance each step of the way from Hyde. In fact, because I consider your understanding of Hyde so important, the first thing we're going to do is learn how Hyde will try to block your efforts at implementing the system laid out in this book. On your voyage toward developing self-discipline, you'll encounter torpedoes from several sources outside yourself, but your most difficult opposition will come from within.
Indeed, in your efforts to develop self-discipline, initially you will be your own worst enemy. Remember: A part of you does not want self-discipline.
Self-knowledge and self-discipline
Self-discipline is one of the most important and useful skills everyone should possess. This skill is essential in every area of life, and though most people acknowledge its importance, very few do something to strengthen it. Contrary to common belief, building self discipline does not mean being harsh with yourself, or living a limited, restrictive lifestyle. Building this skill means using common sense, making priorities, and thinking before acting. Self discipline means self control , which is a sign of inner strength and control of yourself and your reactions.
Self-reverence, self-knowledge, self-control,These three alone lead life to sovereign power. Yet not for power power of herselfWould come uncalled for , but to live by law,Acting the law we live by without fear. Wecan all readily perceive the necessity of growth in. The connection is obvious. God is the deepening of this friendship. When Isaias saw the Lord s Glory inthe Temple there was at once a deepening sense of. Presence without perceiving how unlike it is to Himin whose Image it was made.
Self-Discipline in 10 days How To Go From Thinking To Doing
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