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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Every serial achiever, successful professionals, artists and business executives or entrepreneurs are masters in the area of self-discipline. And that is why every success they achieve motivates them to do better.
"During weekly two-hour lecture slots the students were taught about the theoretical side of goal-setting, as well as strategies for perseverance and self-discipline. Then, the following day, the class would arrive kitted out and apply those theories on a group run.
Results showed significant negative relationship of perceived inter-parental conflicts (frequency, intensity, content and self-blame) with self-discipline and significant positive relationship of perceived inter-parental conflicts (resolution) with self-discipline in adolescents.
This essay attempts to address this issue through introducing sovereignty as an affective fantasy that ironically supports and strengthens neoliberal processes of 'self-discipline', drawing specifically on the psychoanalytic theories of Jacques Lacan.
"Most of the time, the financial system efficiently channels savings into productive investment but the presence of external risks, occasional market failures and the extremely high cost of financial crises means that additional regulation is needed to bolster self-discipline and market discipline," Mr Fiennes said.
These awardees underwent rigorous training in academics, various aspects of self-dependency and self-discipline, social service, interactive sessions and visits to places of social and economic significance.
This is in response to an article about developing self-control, which is the ability to control impulses and reactions, and is another name for self-discipline. Usually when we talk about control...
But aside from the dirty trail of trash left behind by Filipinos welcoming the Vicar of Christ, MalacaAaAaAeA~ang is so far pleased by the "level mindfulness and self-discipline" exhibited by the public.
Development of self-discipline and restraint is the basis for cultivating mindfulness, the technique we are taught to employ for the rooting out and elimination of the causes of our suffering or stress, which is our clinging to attachments arising from false identifications.
"Karate has nothing to do with beating people up, like some people believe, it's about developing a strong self-discipline and a sense of maturity," said the boys' father Anil Nair.
He is correct in his belief that thugitis can be prevented by early treatment and that we must help young people to develop their powers of self-discipline; but the prophylactic methods which he suggests do not reach to the roots of the problem.
The book is divided into six chapters: military diaries in the modern world; the battle for Shanghai and Northern China; reconstitution of self through diary writing; the phenomenon of self-discipline among soldiers of all nations; recording the destruction of the Japanese Empire; and post-war historical memory and veterans' narratives.