Discipline yourself to Mastery!2 min read

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In the series of “Everything you do matters as it’s not one thing.” We covered four different areas which must be mastered to be successful. We started the series on how our thoughts are the most valuable asset we have and why we must protect them. In the conversation, we clarified that the most dominating thoughts in our mind, mixed with emotion and backed by faith will translate itself into the physical equivalent or reality.” Understanding this, we now understand that we must condition ourselves to the positive or else the negative just may seep in without our approval and potentially take us where we most don’t want to go. 

We next talked about the language we use and how we have to be conscious of using the right words. We have to beware of words like try, if, should, can’t, and but as they send out an impression of doubt in all your conversations. We discussed the two most powerful words in the human language (as long as they are used correctly) being I Am as everything that follows these two words create who you are. 

The next lesson was in that the more you want to earn, the more you have to learn. We discussed one of the truest ways to learn is through reading. If you are not a reader, consider getting some audibles and listen to them in the car on your drives. Turn your driving into a university of learning. Take that downtime to increase your skills and knowledge. Remember, if you’re actually serious about creating wealth and earning more, you simply have to learn more.  

Lesson four came down to the importance of the people we associate with most and how that ultimately links directly to the success we experience in our life and business. Understanding that we are influenced by the knowledge, words, thoughts, actions, and results of our peer group of people that we most surround ourselves with sets us on the path to consciously inserting the right influences in our circle.  

Taking into consideration that everything you do most certainly matters this conversation can actually last quite a while creating a long list of items. However, if you sincerely practice and master these four mentioned, I believe everything else on the list will take care of itself. 

So, what’s our final step? In one of my most loved Warren Buffet quotes. “It’s not necessary to do extraordinary things to get extraordinary results.” Understand that all you have to do is the correct little things consistently. The question is, do you have the discipline to practice and master these previous four lessons? Chapter 9 of my most beloved book “Think & Grow Rich” is titled Persistence. Discipline and consistency take persistence. Develop the discipline to practice and master those four lessons and you will be on your way to greatness.