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  • Learning Objectives of this topic
    • Learn the true meaning of discipline.
    • know the principles of discipline.
    • Get an overview of debate between passion and discipline.
  • Case1
    • Raof had agreed to go to his grandmother's birthday celebration on Sunday but when he gets an assignment that he must submit on Monday, he has second thoughts and thinks of staying at home to do his assignment.
  • CASE 2
    • Maira' s boss has given her a task which she must finish by the following day. When lunch time approaches, her colleagues ask her to go to lunch with them. She knows they tend to eat and chat for a long time. If she wants to finish her work on time, she ought to eat a quick lunch and come back to the office. Yet she is very tempted to say yes as she wants to find out the latest office gossip.
  • C3
    • Abdul has decided to come punctually for class and has succeeded for 4 days but on Friday when the alarm clock sounds, he feels tempted to sleep another 10 minutes. He thinks, "It's Friday and I stayed up late working on my assignment. Besides, my other classmates don't all come on time anyway."
    • No one knows you better than yourself
    • no one knows what is in your mind
    • no one knows what is hurting you
    • no one can think for you
    • no one can feel for you
    • no one can impose anything on you
    • You are your best friend or worst enemy
    • No one but YOU can help yourself
  • Discipline
    • What is Discipline?
    • It is the ability of the individual to adhere to actions, thoughts, and behaviors that result in personal improvement instead of instant gratification.
    • Self-discipline is not about punishment or even about a restrictive lifestyle.
    • self-discipline is all about, being able to control your desires and feelings for something more important. 
    • Discipline refers to self-control and self-restraint .
    • Self-discipline means that you have to be very determined to achieve the goals you have set .
    • The abilities of an individual to self-manage his or her actions are proportional to the level of success and happiness they will experience in their lifetime .
    • A lack of self-discipline is the main reason for the failures we experience in both our personal and professional lives .
    • It is also the underlying reason we experience disease, failures, financial ruin, and relationship problems at all level .
  • Students who exercise self-discipline:
    • Complete their assignments
    • Stay on task
    • Wait to be called on
    • Work toward personal and community goals
    • Try again and again
    • Ignore peer pressure
    • Choose productive rather than destructive activities
    • Control their tempers
  • Principles of Self-discipline
    • The principles of self-discipline can be summarized into four steps.
    • Set yourself a goal.
    • Have a strong desire to achieve the goal. 
    • 3.Must persevere in spite of failure.
    • 4) Take things one step at a time. 
    • Eight ways to strengthen your self-discipline
    • Decide that you really want to be someone who's self-disciplined. Your desire will motivate you to make good choices.
    • Make a personal commitment to develop and strengthen these traits. Write down specific things to do.
    • Learn the rules that determine what you can and cannot do.
    • Be accountable. Accept responsibility for your own behavior. Don't blame others for your actions and decisions.
    • Practice. Self-discipline is something you can teach yourself. For example, set aside time to read more or to clean up.
    • Do activities that enhance your self-discipline like yoga, walking, rock-climbing, practicing a musical instrument.
    • Eliminate harmful habits. For example, if you spend several hours each week watching violent videos or tv programs, make a conscious decision to spend your time in healthier, more productive ways.
    • Start a self-discipline group to plan and carry out activities.