The Decisive Discipline in LAYERED

3 ways leaders commit

written by Jason Chenard

Pre-meditated commitment to staying the course avoids the dangerous loop of restarting abandoned ideas too early.


Resisting temptation to give up, give in or not show greatly improves the probability of an idea developing to its true fruition and changing the world for the better.

 

Rested.

Decisive Discipline relates to sleep.

  • Making the conscious choice to remove blue light, alcohol, stimulants in the evening

  • Commiting to a set bedtime for an extended period of time, no matter what life brings your way

  • Sticking to your set sleep plan, even if something dislodges it

  • Not giving up on something when 'out of your control occurs': no nighttime rumination

  • Writing plans down, putting them on the wall, publishing them to an audience for accountability

Fueled.

Decisive Discipline relates to nutrition.

  • Making the conscious choice to remove sugars, processed foods, vegetable oils

  • Commiting to set meals times for an extended period of time, no matter what life brings your way

  • Sticking to your set meal plan, even if something dislodges it

  • Not giving up on something when 'out of your control' occurs: no needless munching, no empty calories

  • Writing a plan down, putting it on the wall, publishing it to an audience for accountability

Ready.

Decide ahead of time: what do you want your identity to look like? What do you want to show your kids and co-workers through action?

Click here for a complement of my decisive discipline articles including:


Outdriving Headlights

Problem with Snapshots

The Discipline of an Elite Cyclist

Don’t Act While Swallowing Pills

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