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Master Yourself Through Self Discipline

No one can help you if you don’t have drive, or aren’t self-motivated.

This is something you need to discover on your own.

Once you’ve found your calling, you need to become disciplined enough to fulfill that desire without fail.

Note: you have to want to do something for it to get done.
If you don’t really want to do it, you never will.

In all honesty, I’ve been wanting to change the title to:
30 Days of Discipline Review
but, I’ll leave it as is.

Realize the betterment of yourself, and living your destiny is the most important thing in the world.
It’s not going to work.
It’s not going to lunch with your family.
It’s definitely not paying your bills on time.

You may have to sometimes call in from your job because if you go, you won’t have time to do the things that will take you toward your goals.
Things like-

  1. Working out.
  2. Pulling on your dick.
  3. Doing fulfilling work.
Nothing else matters except whatever brings you closer
to completing your missions. Not even your precious job.
The only thing that will guarantee you never reach success
is the absence of action.

This can mean-
  1. Procrastination.
  2. Doubt.
  3. Lack of discipline.
  4. Inconsistency.
  5. Giving up.
  6. Lack of focus.
  7. Not knowing what you want.

Discipline>Responsibility

Discipline is thought of as the punishment you receive when you’ve broken the rules.

Responsibility is thought of as something great and makes you a man.

This couldn’t be further from the truth.

Discipline, when applied to yourself, to follow your own rules, makes you a man. Yet it is used to train someone else onto rules they don’t want to follow.

That is not self-discipline, that is insanity.

Responsibility is another way of saying “I can’t live the life I want to live because I have all these things I have to take responsibility for and they are more important than my freedom, goals and ultimate happiness.”

Having too many responsibilities means you have too many things in your life you have to ‘deal with’ or ‘attend to’ when that time should be spent on bettering yourself.

It takes discipline to make the switch to saying ‘fuck being
responsible’.
 I must live by my own principles and
never break them.

30 days of disclipline
Buy this book right now. The author has been very influential on my life in the past few years.

30 Days of Discipline has been invaluable for me.

Once you have done the 12 habits stated in the book for 30 days, you may rest easy knowing you have the discipline to do things
without quitting.

If there is some habit in the book you absolutely do not want to do, replace it with another habit. (I highly recommend not doing so, but still, doing something you fucking hate is not productive.)

Once you can go a full month without breaking routine, you may
replace up to all 12 habits or add new ones while continuing habits you like.

Cold showers are my favorite habit. At first they were daunting, then, I learned to love them. Now I never shower in water that is not cold. It’s efficient and effective.

When I first read the list of habits, I replaced the one which states to keep a notepad with a different habit because I thought that one was dumb. Silly me. Ironically, I now keep a notepad with me 24/7.
Even when I sleep I have my composition notebook with a pen inside it laying besides me just incase I come across something great.
(I usually spawn my greatest ideas right before bed.)

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I keep notes in a composition notebook as well as ‘Notes’ on my Macbook.

Eventually you will create your own morning routine you follow without fail. It doesn’t have to be daily. It may be every other day or every third day but when the time comes, you do it no matter what.

My morning routine may now consist of:

– Brushing my teeth with baking soda and hydrogen peroxide
– Shaving + Egg white facial
– Taking a freezing shower
– Taking a nootropic/drug with coffee or green tea
– Stretching
– Pulling on my dick or Jelqing
– Using the Bathmate
– Wearing the Phallosan Forte
– Putting out ideas for future posts on Twitter
– Writing 1000+ words 
– Fasting until 4pm
– Eating a small snack before a workout
Drinking beet juice + Supplementation
– Clearing my ‘To-Do’ list
– Cleaning my workspace and living area

This is all done in the hours before ‘starting my day’. Nothing else matters until my routine has been completed. This routine is what will bring me to success so long as I keep following the habits.
Skipping my routine on any given day, is a day wasted. 

Note: You must know what success means for you. The definition of
success is different for every man. 

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Self-Mastery is attained through Self-Discipline
which comes in these forms-

  1. Habit.
  2. Routine.
  3. Focus. 
  4. Consistency.
  5. Confidence.
  6. Growth.
  7. Organization.
  8. Fearlessness.

Discipline is Habit.

It’s never breaking routine in doing the things you do everyday that
will take you closer to your wants. It’s the little actions you do
throughout the day that compound into major change later.

Discipline is Routine.

It’s doing the things you know in your heart you should be doing every single day. The things you put off for tomorrow. The things that will allow you to grow. 

Discipline is Focus.

It’s never taking your eyes off the prize. It’s having your goals on your mind 24 hours a day if you could. It’s taking nootropics to boost
productivity and cognitive abilities. Its writing down your thoughts on paper. (or better yet, Twitter)

Discipline is Consistency.

It’s not ‘taking a stab at it’.
It’s not ‘on and off’ action.
It’s knowing exactly what you need to do and doing it no matter
what. No giving up. No days off. Every missed day is a missed
opportunity to be who you want to be. 

Discipline is Confidence.

It’s the genuine 110 percent belief you have in yourself that you will at all costs achieve what you so desire, in time. There will be no
stopping you. You now live stress-free since nothing can keep you from success.

Discipline is Organization.

It’s creating a crystal clear map of your future. None of this “go with the flow” nonsense. If you continue going with the flow, you will be a 40 year old loser who hates his life. You do not want this to happen. 

Discipline is Growth.

It’s reading valuable material. It’s self-reflection. It’s making sure
you are not staying the same or becoming worse. It’s becoming
better with each passing day. It’s besting your last mandatory 8-week
checkpoint
you set for yourself and working toward besting the next
one. 

Discipline is Fearlessness. 

It’s not being scared of change. It’s accepting growth and dismissing negativity. It’s having complete control over your thoughts and
emotions.

It’s overcoming-

  1. Hatred.
  2. Lack of confidence.
  3. Low self-esteem.
  4. Inferiority.
  5. Inexperience.
  6. Despair.
  7. Sadness.
  8. Frustration.
  9. Embarrassment.
  10. Nervousness.
  11. Regret.
  12. Fear.
  13. Shame.
  14. Jealousy.
  15. Resentment.
  16. Weakness.
  17. Helplessness.
  18. Worry.
  19. Insecurity.
  20. Humiliation.
  21. Envy.
  22. Distress.
  23. Anxiety.
  24. Boredom.
  25. Doubt.
  26. Stress.
  27. Unhappiness.
  28. Rejection.
  29. Hopelessness.
  30. Depression.

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Purchase ’30 Days of Discipline’ here. And check out
Boldandetermined.com written by Victor Pride.

– Written by Brandon Ramlal

 
  • Jason A. Sherman

    Did you lift weights during the thirty days or did you just do the pushups/squats/situps? Also, did you focus on creating your own morning routine during or after the thirty days?

     
  • Yes, I lifted weights. I did 5 sets of 25 (just the bar) standing military presses, and barbell curls, as well as the 100 pushups, sit-ups, squats.