Here's something we've learned over the years — the more internal discipline the adults impose on themselves, the less you have to discipline.
Like everything else that brings progress, the greatest struggle is always within ourselves. That's why you need to learn self-discipline.
Self-disciplined people are successful and ultimately become better at what they do. They are active, self-controlled, organized, are able to censor themselves.
At the heart of any successful person, is self-discipline. Whether it's success in their personal lives or their professional lives, it all starts with an inherent ability for.
Discipline and punishment should never be reflective of parents' mood swings. Parents must be sensitive to the fact that when adults get angry, kids perceive.