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‘Spring brings change!’

 

Written by Paige Junaeus

 

“Spring is officially here!” Winter season across the world is about to change. The snow is beginning to melt, the sun is shining brighter each day, and we are storing away our boots and heavy sweaters. People are restoring or planting new gardens in their homes bringing beauty and color to their environment.

This season is a time when we may all rise up from whatever is keeping us down. It’s a time when we can rise above our own weaknesses, limitations, and challenges.   We all can embrace the opportunities that present themselves to us. With the right people around us combined with daily disciplines, you can accomplish all of your expectations and goals.

Through self-discipline associated with will power, hard work, and persistence you can do it! Self-discipline can be defined as the ability to motivate oneself in spite of a negative emotional state. There are some days when I just don’t want to work out at the club. However, when I write it down in my daily journal, I take it from my brain to pen on paper.  When I do that, ‘It’s documented!’  I drive myself to the club in spite of my negative emotions and thoughts. Surprising, after my first warm up I’m feeling the environment of the gym, and I continue to work out! Let’s face it, we all love the results that labor through hard work completes.

Willpower is the strength and ability to carry out a certain task, self-discipline is the ability to use it routinely and even automatically. In most cultures, it has been noted that self-discipline is the ultimate path towards success. Step by step, you will succeed!

“Start planting your garden”…

 

 

 

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