Making Self Discipline Easier

It's no secret that discipline will improve your life, but if you are used to procrastinating and it feels hard to do the things you say you are going to do, keep reading.

As a free-spirit trust me when I say that Self Discipline has the power to give your life a different kind of freedom; the best part is it doesn't have to be hard! It all comes down to the way you look at self discipline, talk about it and the way you identify with it.

These are a few of the things I use with my clients to help them create new habits and get to their next level of success:

1. Change your Self Image

We all have a self image in our subconscious mind. This self image is basically a collection of our preferences, memories, personality and all the other things we’ve collected along the way that shape our identity. This image can cause things like seeing certain details of a situation more promentatly than another. But know this; self image is ALWAYS guiding decision making. So, if you decide that you want to change your habits, the best thing to go to if your self image.

The trick here is the start creating images in your mind of you being the type of person that does the thing that you are striving for. If your goal is to start going to the gym every morning, play the image in your mind that you are that person now, it is simply who you are!

Tools to self imagine:


Daily Visualization

Transformational Journaling

2. Communicating with your mind - I want, I choose, I decide