Discipline means the practice of training people to obey rules or a code of behaviour, using punishment to correct disobedience where a self-discipline appears in various forms, such as perseverance, restraint, endurance, thinking before acting, finishing what you start doing, and as the ability to carry out one’s decisions and plans, in spite of inconvenience, hardships or obstacles.


Self-discipline also termed self-control, the ability to avoid unhealthy excess of anything that could lead to negative consequences.


One of the main characteristics of self-discipline is the ability to forgo instant and immediate gratification and pleasure, in favor of some greater gain or more satisfying results, even if this requires effort and time.


But the term, self-discipline often causes some discomfort and resistance, due to the erroneous notion that it is something unpleasant, difficult to attain, and which requires a lot of effort and sacrifice. Actually, exercising and attaining self discipline can be fun, does not require strenuous efforts, and the benefits are great.


To be concluded:

Yes, it is true! that self-discipline is not a restrictive lifestyle as some people rarely think and it has nothing to do with being narrow minded. It is the expression of inner strength and staying power, vital for dealing with the affairs of daily life and for the achieving of goals.


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