No one listening to this show is unaware of the concept of personal discipline.

We tend to think of ourselves and others as either disciplined, or not.

When in truth it’s a fallacy.

Nearly everyone is disciplined in various areas of their lives, though maybe not the areas that gain the main spotlight and glory.

Tom Ziglar and I talk through a lot of the comments as it helped give different perspectives to the concept of discipline.

As you will hear however, I give much focus to the danger of believing yourself to not be disciplined, and again, question whether this is actually true.

We also cover at length the errancy in relying on our self discipline when we are far better served to create environments where we do not need to rely on our self discipline.

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