How to CONQUER YOURSELF: 5 Tips for Building Your Self-Discipline...





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Published on Sep 14, 2011


(I wrote an entire book on this subject. It's on Amazon now: http://amzn.to/1aGt8BA)

Here's a short video-tutorial I put together called "How to Conquer Yourself: 5 Tips & Techniques for Cultivating Self-Discipline" virtually GUARANTEED to help you stay focused, motivate yourself, raise your productivity and improve your will-power.

In it, I'll show you the 5 key techniques to cut-off energy-wasters and time-leeches, bring an end to procrastination for good and raise your self-discipline while also building your self-confidence.

(If you can't hear anything or it sounds too muzzled, just leave a comment and I'll explain whatever you need me to.)

Here's a few quotes from the "Conquer Yourself" series that help summarize some of the lessons here:

"The self-talk of procrastinators often unconsciously suggests and reinforces feelings of victim-hood, burden and resistance to authority..."

"Most goal-related stress is strictly psychological. We tend to take anxiety-prone thinking habits towards our long-term goals and large-scale projects, so this results in BIG PROBLEMS when it comes to disciplining ourselves for progress and success."

"Having self-discipline in your behavior stems from having self-mastery in your system of VALUES."

"Underlying our physical procrastination is a mistaken, mental connotation between what we do and what our value is as a human being."

"Productivity is just as much about UN-doing things as it is doing them. Let go of all unproductive busy work because 'the wisdom of life consists of the elimination of nonessentials.'"

Here's the link to the blog once more:

Take care, and message me if you have any questions...



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