Self Discipline Quotes - Help Maintain Balance In Your Life

Self Discipline Quotes

What follows are various self discipline quotes to help lighten the mode but also to offer insight and encouragement.

There are many quotes on discipline and quotes about discipline available elsewhere. Here I hope these self discipline quotations help you in your quest to boost your self discipline and/or provide a few moments of wisdom and insight into life.

I hope you enjoy them and benefit from them.

Self Discipline Quotations

The references you do not verify are the good ones. Charles Peguy

When you have nothing to say, say nothing. Charles Caleb Colton

Never descend to the ways of those above you. George Mallaby

Because we bring so little is no reason to bring nothing. P.J.Kavanagh

A guilty conscience is a hidden enemy. Indian proverb

The next day is never so good as the day before. Proverb

He that conceals his grief finds no remedy for it. Turkish proverb

It is not the knowing that is difficult, but the doing. Chinese proverb

From my notebooks:

The following are taken from my notebooks. They will I hope complement the quotations given above as well as reveal a little more about my life and my thinking about life.

Some are idle thoughts and comments on life and the life we lead. Others could one day be developed further into articles or reports. I feel that they are related to the 'self discipline quotes' theme.

Self discipline quotes - from my notebooks

Self sufficiency is so important. An element of life, and in our life. Meeting things head on, resolving things, having confidence in our self. Having the belief and receiving the power to achieve.

Challenges - to get the most out of ourselves, and try to help others do the same.

An act of surrender and acceptance opens new doors of experience, inner movement and understanding.

Keep up your efforts, sustain them and don't drop off asleep in the moment of action. It will pay dividends. If you're low put the brakes on, and sort yourself out, and mean it. Let the real you come out. Take on your responsibilities. This takes a little thought and effort. But it goes such a long way.

Find your way to serve life - for others and yourself. Find the support and strength in you to meet and tackle challenges.

Value your achievements. Put your effort in, conquer your phobias, challenges and choose the life you want.

With support you can tackle challenges. Don't feel that you are on your own. Help is available, often from unexpected quarters. Don't be afraid to either ask or accept such help. And treat others with the same deference - and in the same way.

Look inside. Discard the packaging. What is within is what you've been waiting for. It is what you strive for. Have you paid the price for what you have inside you?

Don't underestimate yourself, or overestimate others, thinking that they do everything and you can't do anything.

Make the most of your luck, near misses and flukes.

Don't take things so personally. Step back. See things for what they are. Realise that not everything is down to you. Have faith and confidence in yourself. Believe you can make a difference. Learn to contribute not dominate. Make a contribution you can be proud of.

In the same way brickwork flakes away and trees deteriorate through the effects of clinging ivy, so can a human being be affected by the vagaries of life. Less than useful things that cling to us, or that we cling to, can have the same and potentially harmful effects.

I hope you have enjoyed this 'self discipline quotes' page, and enjoy the rest of the website. Martin

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