Discipline is not a dirty word

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Discipline takes many different forms.  In fact it has a couple of different definitions on how it is used.  From Merriam-Webster:

noun

1 a: control gained by enforcing obedience or order
   borderly or prescribed conduct or pattern of behavior
   cSELF-CONTROL
3training that corrects, molds, or perfects the mental faculties or moral character
4a field of study
5a rule or system of rules governing conduct or activity

verb

1to punish or penalize for the sake of enforcing obedience and perfecting moral character
2to train or develop by instruction and exercise especially in self-control
3 ato bring (a group) under control
   bto impose order upon

Punishment

For some, the punishment aspect is the one they focus on.  The penalization, enforcing obedience in others.  For others, it is the self-control aspect, and may feel at times like is sacrificing some aspect of yourself when using it.

Self-Displine

When it comes to moving your life forward, how do you find the joy in self-discipline?  How do you get to the point where good health feel better than anything can taste?  Where that 15 minutes of meditation you know will set you up for the day better than 15 minutes listening to a morning radio program?  This is a place you can get to, when your context around discipline is shifted.

These are the subjects that Elevated Mindset will be talking about coming up next week.

Tuesday April 6th at 7PM EDT

Saturday April 10th and 11AM EDT

Come join Suzanne and myself, and we are joined this month with a special guest.  Eric Ham, a Life Coach with Bifrost Initiative. We will be talking about discipline, and how that can create more freedom in your life.  Click on one of the links above to register for it.  We enjoy the conversations we have, where we talk about real, deep, intimate, authentic things, to help elevate your life.  Join us.

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