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Foolproof Way to Evaluate Self-Discipline

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There exists a foolproof way to evaluate self-discipline.

According to Merriam-Webster dictionary, self-discipline is defined as “The ability to make yourself do things that should be done,” and “Correction or regulation of oneself for the sake of improvement.”

“There is no luck except where there is discipline.” Irish proverb

Besides luck, when you have self-discipline you have the following: integrity, you follow through and do what you say you will do, you practice what you preach; control of your emotions; control over your workload, mundane tasks, family and social obligations; a lack of procrastination; firm personal boundaries—you avoid inappropriate and tactless behavior; clear goals; control over your finances and how you spend your time; control over your health; self-assurance; a lack of a need to be supervised; a lack of yieldingness—when you say no you mean it; a lack of vulnerability; a lack of a tendency to surrender–you don’t give up easily.

In brief, if you’re a self-disciplined person, your chances of enjoying a rewarding life are increased greatly. Also, employers, clients, and customers love self-disciplined people.

The foolproof way to evaluate self-discipline is handwriting analysis.

It allows you to determine a person’s level of self-discipline and willpower. While self-discipline can certainly be improved through consistent effort, some people naturally seem to have more of it than others.

Subjective analyses or face-to-face meetings aren’t sure-fire ways to assess self-discipline because personas can be deceptive.

Identifying actual personality traits, the ones that show up while a person is under pressure, is possible through handwriting analysis. It offers a foolproof method of evaluating self-discipline.

Copyright © 2014 Scott Petullo

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