Each year, at the start of a new year, countless numbers of people make New Year’s resolutions. And, according to an Inc.com article, “A study of 800 million activities predicts most New Year’s resolutions will be abandoned on January 19.”
But not all.
The key differentiator is “discipline.”
Jim Rohn sums it up well:
- “Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.”
- “We must all suffer from one of two pains: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. The difference is discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tons.”
How is it that some people have this discipline, while others can only make it about three weeks into the journey toward a goal?
In this John Maxwell Company Corporate Solutions blog, you will learn 5 Tips for Becoming a More Disciplined Person. This is a great read for every leader who needs to build, rebuild, or sustain their leadership disciplinary muscle, which is to say, all of us.
Take time to read the article and let it serve as a checklist to keep you on track or to get back on track. It is your choice to be one of the many or one of the few.
As the CEO of Strength Leader Development, Deb Ingino is a highly sought-after international executive mentor, coach, trainer, and speaker. Deb is well versed in global business operations and helps business leaders and their teams to discover and leverage their strengths, so they can create highly collaborative teams that deliver great results. With a refreshingly direct style, and using the Maxwell Method, Deb helps leaders and teams to deliver profitable results. Connect with Deb to learn more about her mentorship and coaching programs to equip you with advanced strategies to elevate your results.