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"Discipline yourself, and others won't need to."John Wooden - Basketball Coach (1910-2010)

We must all discipline ourselves in many areas of life: work habits, punctuality, hygiene, orderliness and organization, and money management, for example. Beyond that are areas of conduct that are just as important: honesty, work ethics, boundaries, relationships, etc. Paying attention to the business of discipline is our primary business. The world will discipline us in a much harsher way if we fail to control ourselves. Self-discipline is a right and responsibility that gives us freedom. Make the most of your self-discipline so that others are not impacted negatively. This type of discipline becomes a huge example of how to extend love and respect to yourself and others.

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