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Self-Discipline Superpower

50 easily-read pages on how to make your life better through attention, focus, and doing your best to ignore time and money distractions.

 

You will be shocked by how much more time and money you can find by applying more discipline to your decisions and priorities.

"Money is a great servant but a bad master."

- Francis Bacon

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  • THE IMPORTANCE OF KNOWING YOUR 'WHY'

    Learn how to focus on the important parts of your life as defined by you. The clearer you see your destination, the quicker you'll get there and the more fun you'll have along the way. Understand the power of knowing your 'why' and how that will set your path and motivate your achievements.

  • DON'T BE A SLAVE TO YOUR EMOTIONAL DISCOMFORT

    A wise man once said that growth only comes from outside our comfort zones. Learn how to control your emotional discomfort in times of change and stress. Decisions made from fear are rarely good ones.

  • DEVELOP THE SKILL OF FINISHING LONGER-TERM TASKS

    This section of the book will help you if you look around and see half-finished projects that you've abandoned. Many of the ideas of the book come together to show you how to complete those projects in less time than you probably think.

  • GET MORE OUT OF YOUR TIME THROUGH DISCIPLINE

    Time is your most important commodity. Learn to make the most of time through some simple tips and a better mindset

  • CRACK THE CODE ON KNOWING YOUR TRUE PRIORITIES

    Do you find yourself wasting time chasing after 'shiny pennies' because they're a feel-good diversion? You'll get guidance on how to distinguish urgent from important from waste of time.

  • APPLY DISCIPLINE TO YOUR MONEY AND YOU'LL HAVE MORE

    Do you do as much as you could with that important asset called money? Learn how and why to take emotion out of many of your money decisions and you'll have more. Money isn't everything but having more of it makes certain aspects of life more fun.

  • MAKE SELF-DISCIPLINE AND HABIT, NOT AN EVENT

    Self-discipline shouldn't require painful self-denial like some sort of neverending diet. Learn how to more easily make it a habit through a sequence of small regular events