You are not stupid; you know that discipline is the key to success. But how to be disciplined? You will find an answer in the best books about discipline list.
Check out the following list, and you will save your ass from unsuccessful life!
BEST books on discipline:
The Now Habit: A Strategic Program for Overcoming Procrastination and Enjoying Guilt-Free Play, by Neil Fiore
This book offers techniques for procrastinators and perfectionists who want to become more productive. In a nutshell, it’s a straightforward and clear read that offers a lot of help for people who struggle to understand why they procrastinate.
Dr. Neil Fiore gives his readers a deeper understanding of their unique difficulties by digging into root causes.
With its focus on doing things in this particular moment, making positive habits out of it, and breaking old, unhelpful ones, this is a high-powered book. A highly recommended read for anyone who wants to get things done and move on without feeling anxious about it.
The Marshmallow Test: Mastering Self-Control, by Walter Mischel
The Marshmallow Test was written by Walter Mischel, the renowned self-control psychologist. It examined and compared the intricacies of delayed gratification to instant gratification in children.
The findings of his study opened the door to many other researchers who could build on his findings by examining the academic performance, obesity rates, and other variables of these children later in their lives.
Of course, there are many different opinions about the tests that Walter performed. And there are more and more denials; anyway, this book touches on many factors related to self-discipline.
Read this book. You will understand that we need more than discipline. There are many other tools that can help you achieve your goals.
No Excuses!: The Power of Self-Discipline, by Brian Tracy
Sometimes, the book title says more than the book description. This is the case. So I could move on to another book.
But… this book is too good to pass up without an extended review. With No Excuses, you will learn the essentials of self-discipline, willpower, and overcoming to organize your life and succeed.
There are 21 chapters in this book that provide tips and tricks for achieving success in a simpler manner.
The book is recommended for ambitious individuals who want to make a difference in their lives. It’s perfect for anyone who wants to gain self-empowerment and satisfy their growth hunger.
There are a few key points in the book “No Excuses!” that I would like to share with you:
– In order to succeed, self-discipline is required;
– You can predict success;
– Victory depends on integrity;
– A person’s character can be divided into three categories: self-concept, self-image, and self-esteem;
– Happiness is the common denominator among all people;
– Having written goals increases your chances of success;
– In order to achieve mastery, one must be committed to excellence;
– To achieve success, optimism is essential;
– Leadership is a lifelong process;
– Developing sales skills is a learning process;
– The relationship between self-discipline and health is mutual.
Eat that Frog! by Brian Tracy (really good book about discipline)
With this self-development book, you will learn 21 effective methods for conquering procrastination and achieving more in your life.
By using the author’s methods, we can prevent technology from consuming our lives. We can all improve our effectiveness and productivity by following the simple and straightforward suggestions Brian Tracy gives.
For anyone who wants to structure their day, this book can be a great help.
The author of this book suggests making sure you cross off your most important tasks even if you can’t finish your less important ones.
Why did he choose such an unusual title for the book? Eat That Frog! means taking on our toughest and ugliest tasks, no matter what.
The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do, and How to Change, by Charles Duhigg
The book reveals how we can sabotage our best intentions with habitual behaviors and how they influence our behavior in more ways than we realize.
Duhigg discusses some findings on how habits work at the brain level and how they can change behaviors through 3 stages: cue, habit, and reward. In the book, and especially in its latter chapters, he presents specific strategies for changing habits and regaining control of behavior.
The following questions will be answered in this book:
– How can habits be defined?
– What are the best ways to form good habits?
– In order to change unwanted behaviors (habits), what are the steps to take?
The War of Art, by Steve Pressfield
This short book about discipline has many chapters that will motivate writers, painters, or anyone who aspires to become an expert in something. Additionally, anyone who wants to start exercising, lose weight, or stop some addiction can be inspired by it.
The War of Art is divided into three parts: Resistance, Combating Resistance, and Beyond Resistance. Creative people will find this book a helpful guide. Regardless of whether or not you are an artist, an author, or an entrepreneur, it will help you to realize that the struggle to be creative is real. However, you can also overcome it.
Mastery, by Robert Greene
Mastery book’s principle refers to the unique way in which each individual can reach their full potential and live a fulfilling life. The book covers a wide range of ideas related to what it takes to become a master. In other words, it’s about mastering your craft, career, and yourself.
Mastery requires a great deal of effort, but it can also lead you to a fulfilling life. The author of the book shares brilliant ideas and strategies that are capable of improving the process for those who are willing to put in the effort.
It might serve you well if you find your job mediocre and lack a sense of purpose in your life. This book will help you live life to the fullest.
If you have never read any of these books, you have big problems. Solve these problems or stay where you are.
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