Don’t count on motivation; count on discipline.
Submitted by prcranda 9 months ago
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Over time, choosing gratitude mean choosing joy. But that choice doesn't come without effort and intentionality. It's a choice that requires constantly renewing my mind with the truth of God's Word, setting my heart to savor God and His gifts, and disciplining my tongue to speak words that reflect his goodness and grace until a grateful spirit becomes my reflex response to all of life.
Submitted by anb2249 about 1 year ago
Be regular and orderly in your life, so that you may be violent and original in your work.
Submitted by ArkAngel almost 3 years ago
"Discipline is just choosing between what you want now and what you want the most."
Submitted by kkeila21 over 3 years ago
…real success is success with self. It’s not in having things, but in having mastery, having victory over self.
Submitted by dbart over 4 years ago
Give up on yourself. Begin taking action now, while being neurotic or imperfect, or a procrastinator, or unhealthy, or lazy, or any other label by which you inaccurately describe yourself. Go ahead and be the best imperfect person you can be and get started on those things you want to accomplish before you die.
This one step - choosing a goal and staying to it - changes everything.
Submitted by joyfulheart18 over 4 years ago
Sometimes you gotta work a little so you can ball a lot.
Submitted by edollmeyer almost 5 years ago
Service design is about imagining and developing multi-channel experiences that have a positive social, environmental or commercial return.
Submitted by martinjordan almost 6 years ago
There is a point where procrastination becomes offensive; when your lack of discipline affects others.
Submitted by gidgey almost 6 years ago
Buy only from lists thoughtfully constructed before going into stores. Make yourself wait for things so that you appreciate them.
Submitted by dhquotes about 6 years ago
I am troubled by the devaluing of the word 'design’. I find myself now being somewhat embarrassed to be called a designer. In fact I prefer the German term, Gestalt-Ingenieur. Apple and Vitsoe are relatively lone voices treating the discipline of design seriously in all corners of their businesses. They understand that design is not simply an adjective to place in front of a product’s name to somehow artificially enhance its value.
Submitted by kidcapricious over 6 years ago
Contrary to the prevailing myth, children who act “starved” for attention have received too much, not too little. They’ve come to depend on being the center of attention, and the more the Look-at-Me Beast is fed, the bigger it gets and the more demanding it becomes. Children who don’t get enough attention usually withdraw into their own little windowless worlds.
Praise your children openly, reprove them secretly.
If we never have headaches through rebuking our children, we shall have plenty of heartaches when they grow up.
Train your child in the way in which you know you should have gone yourself.
Men give me credit for some genius. All the genius I have is this. When I have a subject in mind. I study it profoundly. Day and night it is before me. My mind becomes pervaded with it ... the effort which I have made is what people are pleased to call the fruit of genius. It is the fruit of labor and thought.