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Self discipline for career growth!

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Self-discipline refers to your ability to focus on the set goal without submitting yourself to the distractions that come your way. Life without self-discipline is like a kite with its thread cut. It …

Self-discipline refers to your ability to focus on the set goal without submitting yourself to the distractions that come your way. Life without self-discipline is like a kite with its thread cut. It moves in the direction the wind blows. Self-discipline enables you to take full control of your life and not the other way round.

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  • 1. No.30, II Floor, Sarvasukhi Colony, West Marredpally, Secunderabad – 500 026 INDIA Telephone: 0091–40–27803080 & Fax: 0091–40–27716308 URL: http://www.commlabindia.com Email: info@commlabindia.com Self-Discipline for Career Growth! Self-discipline refers to your ability to focus on the set goal without submitting yourself to the distractions that come your way. Life without self-discipline is like a kite with its thread cut. It moves in the direction the wind blows. Self-discipline enables you to take full control of your life and not the other way round. Many of us feel disappointed when we do not get the results we want. And we feel jealous when others succeed or outdo us. But we often fail to realize the fact that they could do so because they are self- disciplined and put in their best to achieve that success. How does Self-Discipline help an Employee? Self Control: With self-discipline comes self-control. Many of us feel that self-control takes away our freedom. But I feel otherwise. What enjoyment can you have in a pub or party with your friends when you have the fear of “to-be-finished” tasks lingering in your mind? You can have only a superficial enjoyment. With self-discipline, you avoid acting on impulse. You give up procrastination and instead schedule the given task(s) keeping in view the set timelines. You stick to it. Hence, you can improve your productivity. Time Management: As you control your tasks, you spend much of your time in doing productive work. Thus, not only can you manage your work best but also have time to spend with friends and family. It is the most important factor for the success or failure in an employee’s life. In today’s competitive world, employees find it extremely difficult to maintain a balance between their personal and professional lives. With better time management, you can achieve that balance. Self-Motivation: Self-motivation and self-discipline go hand in hand. Self-discipline helps you achieve results. The sense of achievement keeps you motivated and focused on your targets. However, without self-motivation, you cannot discipline yourself to achieve greater success. Never take your Job for Granted: Taking your job for granted can block your road to progress. Set your priorities right. You cannot achieve anything with lukewarm conviction. You need to instill in yourself a burning desire and struggle to achieve that as much as you struggle to breathe when you are pressed in neck-deep water. If you have that, self-discipline is the tool that helps you get there. With self-discipline, you will be more organized. Eventually, you will scale new heights in your career. Hence, build self-discipline through selective self-training. Do share your thoughts on the same. To read more such articles, visit http://blog.commlabindia.com/