We all want to be more disciplined, it’s no secret.
After all, disciplined people seem to have it all: the career, the health, the productive hobbies.
But what do they do differently?
Let’s look at 10 little things disciplined people do that sets them apart from us normal folk.
1) They commit and are true to their word
Disciplined people are true to their word. They don’t take shortcuts or make promises they can’t keep.
They are also willing to put in the extra effort to get what they want.
For example, one of the most important things a disciplined person does is always be on task.
They know that if they’re not working perfectly and meeting deadlines, they’ll be held accountable and may have to work harder in the future.
They also have a strong sense of values and what’s important to them. They don’t just focus on themselves, but also on others.
They are sticklers for detail, which can sometimes lead them into trouble.
But that’s okay – they’re usually able to figure out a solution when it comes to making sure their responsibilities are met correctly.
2) They are confident in their abilities
Disciplined people are confident in their abilities.
They just know that insecurity won’t get them very far in life.
If you’re anything like me, it can be hard to overcome certain insecurities, am I right?
But it’s true, insecurity has no place in the life of a disciplined person.
So how can you overcome this insecurity that’s been nagging you?
The most effective way is to tap into your personal power.
You see, we all have an incredible amount of power and potential within us, but most of us never tap into it. We become bogged down in self-doubt and limiting beliefs. We stop doing what brings us true happiness.
I learned this from the shaman Rudá Iandê. He’s helped thousands of people align work, family, spirituality, and love so they can unlock the door to their personal power.
He has a unique approach that combines traditional ancient shamanic techniques with a modern-day twist. It’s an approach that uses nothing but your own inner strength – no gimmicks or fake claims of empowerment.
Because true empowerment needs to come from within.
In his excellent free video, Rudá explains how you can create the life you’ve always dreamed of and increase attraction in your partners, and it’s easier than you might think.
So if you’re tired of living in frustration, dreaming but never achieving, and living in self-doubt, you need to check out his life-changing advice.
Click here to watch the free video.
3) They avoid temptation
Trying to do everything at once is often the downfall of any goal.
When you try to do too much, it’s hard to stick to a plan.
Disciplined people know this and focus on one task at a time.
This allows them to stay on track and avoid temptation.
Tiredness, stress, or boredom can all get in the way of a successful goal.
Disciplined people know that when they keep temptation around them, it is much harder to resist.
You see, the difference between successful people and less successful people is often not that the less successful folk are lazy or have no willpower.
On the contrary, willpower is hard to be trained. It’s much easier to just avoid temptation altogether!
Disciplined people know this, so they try to stay away from things that could lead them off track.
4) They take care of themselves
Disciplined people often take care of themselves physically.
- eat healthily
- limit their alcohol and caffeine intake
- sleep enough
- get enough water
But not just that, they also take care of themselves on a mental and spiritual level by:
- seeing a therapist
- doing breathwork
All these things help with coping with emotions. Coping with feelings in a healthy way can be really hard, I know.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
When I felt the most lost in life, I was introduced to an unusual free breathwork video created by the shaman, Rudá Iandê, which focuses on dissolving stress and boosting inner peace.
My relationship was failing, I felt tense all the time. My self-esteem and confidence hit rock bottom. I’m sure you can relate – heartbreak does little to nourish the heart and soul.
I had nothing to lose, so I tried this free breathwork video, and the results were incredible.
But before we go any further, why am I telling you about this?
I’m a big believer in sharing – I want others to feel as empowered as I do. And, if it worked for me, it could help you too.
Secondly, Rudá hasn’t just created a bog-standard breathing exercise – he’s cleverly combined his many years of breathwork practice and shamanism to create this incredible flow – and it’s free to take part in.
Now, I don’t want to tell you too much because you need to experience this for yourself.
All I will say is that by the end of it, I felt peaceful and optimistic for the first time in a long time.
And let’s face it, we can all do with a feel-good boost during relationship struggles.
So, if you feel a disconnect with yourself due to your failing relationship, I’d recommend checking out Rudá’s free breathwork video. You might not be able to save your relationship, but you will stand a shot of saving yourself and your inner peace.
Here’s a link to the free video again.
5) They are constantly developing good habits
Disciplined people are constantly developing good habits.
They know how to set goals, plan for the future, and stay motivated.
They also have a strong sense of self-awareness.
They know how their actions impact their surroundings and what steps they need to take to improve their current situation.
This helps them stay focused on what’s important and not get wrapped up in something that isn’t as important.
6) They set clear boundaries
Disciplined people set boundaries for themselves and for their relationships with others.
You see, boundaries are very important for anyone.
In order to protect yourself, it is important that you learn how to set boundaries.
When you do this, you will be able to stay safe and happy in your life. Boundaries are an essential part of our lives and should be respected at all times.
They know when it’s time to take a break and when it’s time to push themselves even harder.
They’re also very clear about what they want from life and what they don’t want.
This allows them to focus on the things that matter most to them instead of getting lost in the shuffle.
7) They have very clear routines
Disciplined people have very clear routines.
They know what they need to do to get the job done and they stick to them.
This allows them to stay focused on their goals and not get sidetracked by extraneous distractions.
A routine doesn’t have to be complicated. For example, a simple morning routine could be:
- wake up
- drink a glass of water
- brush teeth
- drink coffee + read >5 pages
- meditate for 5 minutes
- get ready
Voilà, not only does a simple routine encourage you to stick to habits but it also helps you feel accomplished first thing in the morning already.
8) They show up despite their bad mood
Disciplined people know that a good attitude goes a long way.
They show up to work notwithstanding their bad mood, knowing that they’ll get through the day.
This is because they’re never afraid of a challenge.
Disciplined people know that the more challenging it is to get motivated one day, the more important it is to push through.
They also know that taking on a new task is an opportunity for learning and growth.
They’re never afraid of new challenges, no matter what the size or the complexity.
Think about it: they’re constantly learning and expanding their knowledge.
Disciplined people are always learning new things, whether it’s in their personal life or in the field they work in.
This is because they are always looking to improve themselves.
Disciplined people are always learning and growing.
They have a clear idea of what they want to do in life and they know what they don’t want.
This helps them focus on the things that matter most to them instead of getting lost in the shuffle.
9) They have clearly defined goals
Disciplined people have clearly defined goals. They know what they want and they’re working towards getting there.
This is a great foundation for any business. It ensures that everyone is on the same page and that everyone is working towards the same goal.
Additionally, it gives you a clear idea of where you stand and how much progress you’re making.
Disciplined people are also usually very organized. They take things step-by-step, so you can see the progress they’re making and make sure to keep up with their schedule.
They also have a very strong work ethic. They don’t tolerate failure and they always try to do their best no matter what.
10) They stick to their deadlines
Disciplined people usually have a very strict deadline for their projects. If they don’t meet their deadline, they are usually very unhappy with the project and take steps to make it right.
For example, if they miss a deadline on a project, they usually take action to make sure that the project is done as quickly as possible.
They’ll also try to find a way to meet the deadline, no matter what.
But these people are not afraid of making mistakes. They know that making mistakes is part of the process of learning and growing.
But instead of being discouraged or angry about the mistake, disciplined people often learn from their mistake and move forward with the project.
They’re also never afraid of taking risks. risks that might sometimes lead to new opportunities or new insights.
Risks are something that disciplined people thrive in – they love trying new things and seeing what happens.
11) They never lose sight of their goals and visions
Disciplined people never lose sight of their goals and visions. They always have a plan and they work tirelessly to make sure their goals are achieved.
They also don’t let themselves get bogged down in the details of their tasks. Instead, they focus on the big picture and take action towards it.
In addition, they are always looking for ways to improve their skills and abilities. This allows them to become even more effective at what they do.
Finally, they never stop learning and growing – this allows them to keep up with the competition and stay ahead of the curve.
Are you ready to become disciplined?
As you can see, there aren’t many things that need to be done in order to be more disciplined.
Follow these 10 little tips and trust me, you will see results very soon!