Any area of your interests can be improved by increasing your personal discipline. Natural ability or luck is not so important here. These indicators are variable and spontaneous. What we are aiming for is a stable result.
As you embark on this course, understand that discipline is not the path to a boring and monotonous existence. Discipline — it is about the ability to manage time without being distracted by the little things, the ability to highlight the main thing, about new opportunities, about expanding your boundaries, about harmony in your thoughts.
Those who can discipline themselves can change a lot about themselves and the world around them.
In this course, we will talk about how willpower helps us, but it is not a limitless resource. So we will learn how to use it properly.
Habits greatly determine our choices and our behavior. Let’s learn how to manage them — to create conditions for the beneficial and eradicate the destructive ones for us.
Disciplining ourselves is hard, and it won’t work all at once. It’s a big and time-consuming process. Let’s see how to get started and how to support yourself when breakdowns happen.
How not to turn self-discipline into forced self-discipline.
We learn how to make the process as enjoyable as possible.
The objectives of this course are:
To use willpower competently as a resource that can be depleted;
To learn how to form useful habits;
To support themselves on the journey of training their own discipline.
The outcome of this course:
Employees will learn how to improve their own level of personal discipline and through this will achieve better results in their daily work.
SCORM 1.2 / 2004
No time limits on use
No limit is set on the number of Participants