Self Discipline

June 13, 2017

Hey everybody, welcome. I got my good buddy Mike Adams here. We just finished a record-setting Minnesota Twins game. We’re standing in front of the twin’s ball, and it’s pretty mesmerizing.



Anyway, today is Day 24. We are talking about self-discipline. What helped me understand discipline is when Jim Rohn put it this way, he said, there are two pains that we have to deal with in life, the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. The pain of discipline weighs ounces, and the pain of regret weighs tons.

We get to pick, as business owners, as entrepreneurs, as aware people and people who want a better relationship, better communication, a better body, better fitness, better health, more money, we get to deal with discipline.

Some small daily disciplines add up over time to having a successful life. Mike has been able to walk away from his job after many years and built up a business around what he wants to do at home. He was telling me how he gets to make money while he’s got some twin babies at home. He gets to spend time with them and run his life. That is discipline. So what is a major key you want to share with millions?

When it comes to discipline, guys, you know, the transition from employee to entrepreneur is tough. It takes an insane amount of discipline to do it. When people run into a snag in their business, it is easy to get derailed and consumed with how you’re not moving forward in your business.

It takes someone you know to build a business. You need to have that discipline to work your plan. No matter what happens, you continue to work on that plan and continue to take massive action. So that’s what it has done for me. It’s about pure tenacity.

Then just sticking with the discipline of Look, if you want something bad enough, you’re going to put together a plan, and you’re going to work it until you get there. That’s what discipline is to me.

The other thing about discipline is in your schedule. If you put something down there to do it, you do it, no matter how distracting it may become, you know, I’m just constantly sticking to the schedule. That is the difference between a successful person and someone who feels out of control.

Now another key to discipline is having enough fun in your life. You got to have some attraction and fun. That’s how we ended up at this place. There were 18,000 people at this game, and they set a game record. They hit 20 incredible runs.

The last thing I want to leave you guys with and thank you for tuning in is with this discipline. When you experience a setback, I want you to have the discipline to look at it this way. A setback is a setup for a comeback.

Alright, that’s all it is. It’s a setup for a comeback. So don’t worry about setbacks. It’s a part of the process. It’s a part of growing. If you’re sticking to a meal plan and you decide to get off of it for a day. That’s not a setback, but it’s just an opportunity to be more disciplined the next day.

It’s all good. Thanks for joining in. Well, we appreciate you tuning in is day four of your 60 sunrises to success. We will see you tomorrow.


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