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Build Up Strong Willpower and Self Discipline

Build Up Strong Willpower and Self Discipline

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Strengthen Your Willpower and Self-Discipline!

Willpower and Self-Discipline are the powerful engines that provide you the strength, the determination and the energy to accomplish anything you want to do.

Without willpower and self-discipline, every small obstacle can divert you from the path of achievement to mediocrity, failure and dissatisfaction.

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The Importance of Willpower and Self-Discipline?

Willpower and self-discipline provide you the inner strength and determination to act and carry out plans and decisions, despite inner resistance, laziness, and discomfort.

Willpower gives the push and strength to act, while self-discipline gives the endurance, patience and strength to continue with your plans and actions.

Willpower and self-discipline are of great value in all areas of life, and are essential for carrying out decisions, plans and tasks, and for achieving goals.

This book will teach how to develop these two important and essential skills.

The benefits of possessing strong willpower and self-discipline are enormous. They enable you to:

  • Proceed from thinking to action.
  • Overcome negative habits.
  • Display assertiveness.
  • Finish what you started to do.
  • Overcome laziness and procrastination.
  • Acquire new, positive and healthy habits.
  • Carry out decisions, despite inner resistance and discomfort.

The aim of the exercises in this book is to improve your willpower and self-discipline, so you can enjoy the above mentioned benefits.


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What Kind of Exercises You Will Find in the Book?

The book includes exercises that will help you to:

  • Overcome the inner resistance to act and do things.
  • Carry out tasks that you don't like doing.
  • Build up patience and perseverance.
  • Deal with inconvenience and discomfort.
  • Overcome laziness and procrastination.
  • And much more.

Practicing the exercises, build up your willpower and self-discipline "muscles", in the same way that lifting weights build up your physical muscles.

The exercises build up a reservoir of strong willpower and self-discipline, which you will be able to use, whenever you need them, for any purpose.

The exercises are simple and are suitable for everyone.

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Chapter 1 - Discover Your Inner Strength

Meaningless Activities Create Meaningful Results

Tom worked in an import and export business for long hours every day. He had a difficult boss who expected him to work hard, and colleagues that often asked him to help them with their work, taking advantage of his kindness and inability to say 'no'.

Tom was not satisfied with this situation. He was smart enough to understand that he had to do something about it. However, his mortgage and his bills left him no choice, but to accept the uncomfortable reality. He also did not want to confront his boss and colleagues.

There was another thing that bothered Tom. He was a little overweight, and always wanted to lose some weight. He tried several diets, but quit them after a short while, as he was unable to persevere. He often thought of exercising at a nearby gym, but he always found excuses to postpone this plan to the next week or the next month.

One day, while talking with his friend Brad, Tom told him that he was not happy with his life. He continued, and spoke about his boss, his colleagues, the pressure at work, the extra work he was doing, and about his lack of time and energy to go to the gym.

Brad listened and then said, "Nothing will ever change, unless you do something about it."

"But I am doing something about it" Tom retorted, "I read a book about assertiveness, and I also read books about healthy nutrition and weight loss."

"You may read as many books as you want, but being a devoted reader does not make you a doer." Brad said.

"I have good reasons for not doing enough," said Tom. "I have a boss who works me hard, and I can't refuse to help my colleagues with their work, because I don't want to create any confrontations with them. When I come back home in the evening, I feel too tired to get up from my couch and go to the gym to exercise."

"Sorry, but these are not good reasons, just good excuses," Brad replied.

"No, no, no," insisted Tom, "I cannot refuse, when my boss asks me to work overtime, and I can't say "no" to my colleagues when they ask for my assistance. I have a demanding job, and I am too tired to go to the gym after a long work day."

"I understand," Brad said, "but I still say that these are excuses. You are not planning your day right, and your attitude is wrong. You must make some new decisions and carry them through, or nothing will ever change, and you would remain unhappy."

"It is easier said than done," Tom replied in an unhappy tone of voice.

After the conversation, and for a long time afterwards, Brad's words, "Nothing will ever change, unless you do something about it", kept echoing in Tom's mind, and he could not stop thinking about them.

Tom started thinking about his life and about his behavior, and realized that Brad was right. He had to do something about his life. He had to confront his boss and colleagues, and he had to stop being too lazy to work out.

The next day at work, as usual, one of his colleagues asked for his help. Tom could not refuse, but he was acutely aware of his lack of ability to say "no", and for the first time, his behavior began to bother him.

A little time later, when another colleague wanted to delegate to him some of his work, Tom gathered enough inner strength and said, "Sorry, I cannot help you. I'm very busy now." Tom's words astounded his colleague, who went back to his desk without saying a word.

The next day, and the days after, Tom gathered enough inner strength and politely, yet firmly, refused to accept all the extra workload that his boss and his colleagues requested him to do. He was afraid of their response, but surprisingly, he discovered that his fear was in vain. After a few more attempts, they stopped trying, and even started to respect him for standing up for his right not to let them exploit him.

Tom's second problem was more difficult to solve. Each day, he promised himself to go to the gym in the evening, and each evening, when he returned home, he was too tired to go. He preferred to sit on the couch in his living room and watch TV with a bottle of beer and a few snacks. However, his inability to carry out his promise constantly bothered him.

"I have gathered enough inner strength to stop allowing people to exploit me at work. Why can't I carry out this simple promise I make to myself each day, and go to the gym?" Tom asked himself.

"Brad is right. If I want to lose some weight, I have to do something about it. There is no other option."

A week later, Tom met Brad again, and told him how he refused to accept all the workload that his boss and colleagues tried to place on him. He also consulted him about his inability to force himself to go to the gym...

This is an excerpt from the book "Build Up Strong Willpower and Self Discipline" by Remez Sasson.

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