I am writing this article after a long time, I wanted give you some tips on improving your own self-discipline, so I did some thorough research on this specific heading. This is the cause of delay. So without further delay let’s look into the ways to improve your self-discipline.

Rewrite your goals

A wave of laziness could overwhelm your defenses and destroy your productivity. so you’re constantly in need of motivation and reinforcement to keep yourself disciplined to make sure you stay strong. You can’t rely on a list of goals that you wrote months or even years ago because they are sitting too far back in your memory and also your goals have probably changed since then. It’s a good thing that you should be adapting your goals as you become more ambitious and productive. Both your wins and losses should help you refine your unique definition of success.

So to fortify your self-discipline try to rewrite or re-examine your goals every single day. you could do it as the first thing in the morning or right before bed, either way it’s important that you’re consistently reminding yourself why your success matters, why you’re investing so much time and effort to achieve your dreams. These reminders will help you power through the rough patches and stay focused when temptation tries to lead you.


When it comes to self-discipline technology is often framed as the root of all evil. It can completely ruin your workflow. If you’re not careful it will waste hours of your time. It’s so easy to access the internet social media and online games. Most people avoid technology as much as possible. Technology can also be an extremely helpful tool for developing your self-discipline for example some applications track changes in your daily routines, it can tell you the detailed information about your diet, your exercise and sleep schedule that you would never know otherwise. But these applications are only useful if you input information every day. That way you can understand trends in your behavior over long periods of time. Don’t be afraid to pick up one of these tracking apps and incorporate it into your routine, just make sure you don’t get too distracted with it.

Raw diet plan

A healthy diet can improve everything from how well you concentrate to the quality of your work. You need enough proteins and carbohydrates to give you energy, vitamins to grow and develop. You need plenty of water to protect your organs and regulate your body temperature.

With all that in mind what foods lend themselves to a more disciplined lifestyle? Well there’s one particular type of food that’s especially useful for staying motivated and those are unprocessed fruits, vegetables, nuts and other raw foods. These fantastic sources of energy. That’s because it takes very little effort for your body to digest food when it’s eaten raw. The difference between energy consumed and energy used is called Dietary Induced Thermogenesis (DIT). Now a study from 2004 found that people with low DIT values tend to struggle with obesity and other health issues. Because they have less energy to spare people with low DIT may struggle to be productive, overcome obstacles and avoid laziness. you can raise your DIT and supply your body with more than enough energy to stay discipline throughout the day by consuming more raw foods and of course remember to always consult a medical professional before beginning any diet or exercise routine to make sure it’s right for you

Know your nature

Everyone works best at different times. Some people are filled with energy in the mornings others kick things into high gear when the Sun goes Down. It really doesn’t matter which kind of worker you are as long as you aren’t fighting your natural rhythm. in other words if you know you work better at night then don’t squeeze all your work into the morning, you’ll feel worse, work slower and you’ll have a harder time staying focused. it may take a bit of trial and error to decide what time a day works best for you but once you figure that out you can use your biological clock to your advantage

Wasting weekend’s

Who doesn’t love the weekend? You’ve been pushing yourself all week so you deserve two days of rest and relaxation right? Well yes and no, it’s important to rest your mind and your body but you shouldn’t use every weekend as an escape from your ambitions. The most discipline people don’t let their habits and routines slip no matter what day it is. Anyways I don’t recommend working a full 8 hours but remember that weekend’s aren’t an excuse to ignore your goals

Timed blocks

Do you struggle to stay motivated for hours, in the end do you feel intimidated knowing there’s a whole day of work ahead of you. if this sounds like you, try separating your day into smaller blocks. All you have to do is set a timer that tells you when to start and stop working. For example you might divide your workday into 8 one-hour chunks you can then dedicate each hour to a different task so you aren’t stuck working on the same thing for the entire day. You’d be surprised how large of an impact this technique has on your productivity. Your work feels so much less intimidating because you only have to dedicate a small amount of your time. as an added bonus breaking up the day makes it go by much faster so you’ll spend more time being productive and less time staring at the clock

Reduce your celebrations

When you knock a big item off your to-do list, it feels like the perfect time to celebrate to unwind after days or weeks of work but a prolonged celebration can cripple your motivation and ruin your good habits. Instead of taking a long break between projects maintain your momentum, give yourself a short period of rest and then move on to your next big goal. it’s a lot easier to stay productive and disciplined after a one day break than a two week vacation

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