self-discipline


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self-discipline

(sĕlf′dĭs′ə-plĭn)
n.
Training and control of oneself and one's conduct, usually for personal improvement.
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Remember, anytime you feel complacency growing in your work environment, you must fall back on attention to detail and self-discipline to get your operation back on track.
The team chose these three traits because they play a pivotal role in the development of self-discipline and successful outcomes later in life.
He has to have self-discipline and I also think he has to have respect for his opponents because they are in the same business as him.
Published by The International Telework Association and Council, the magazine offers self-discipline tips to increase the productivity in your work space, and steps for making the transition from office to home a smooth one.
As with everything else in this work, the author's reflections on the contribution of the Counter-Reformation to the formation of the modern personality, with its hallmarks of interiority, self-scrutiny, and self-discipline, are intelligent and convincing.
If you decide you're going to do something, you must be responsible and have self-discipline.
The program promotes the development of self-discipline, respect, and life-coping skills.
She argues, however, that the two goals are not at odds with each other and should be complementary: What better way for kids to learn self-worth and self-discipline than from working on a project to help their community?
It was a real exercise in self-discipline not to get carried away and imitate everyone else," Ted says.
New App Helps Parents Teach Young Kids Self-Discipline
Patna, Jan 4 ( ANI ): Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, on Friday said that the world is facing a moral crisis, and emphasised on self-discipline on the basis of moral ethics to combat it.
We owe it to them to help the development of their powers of decency and self-discipline.