By Dr. Jason Carthen
Invariably, as people, we experience changes in how we are affected by our current situations or the perceived future situations in our lives. Much of it is determined by our perception that is borne out of previous experiences or mental markers we have placed in our thoughts.
Learn Behavioral Capacities
To this point, there are behavioral capacities that can be learned, developed or cultivated that can unlock tremendous opportunities in your life, but if these capacities are not familiar to you, they can be overlooked or minimized in there importance. For example, the “Capacity of Discipline” will set you apart and cause others to follow what you are doing in order to achieve their own personal results. Discipline is the behavioral capacity to habitually do what others will not do on a consistent basis which results in continuous positive outcomes.
Fall Short of Consistent Discipline
Many fall short of consistent discipline for a task, activity or way of life, but those who do not fall short, reap spectacular benefits. What are you doing today…right now, to increase your capacity for discipline? Can you repeat it and show it to someone else? Think about it and make discipline a habit that leads to greatness!