“You have a lot more discipline to get up early and follow that schedule than I do.” When my friend told me this as we were driving home from a Toastmasters meeting, I almost ran the car off the road, I was laughing so hard. No one had ever told me that I had discipline before. In fact, quite the opposite. I don’t like to get out of bed in the morning. There are few things I would rather do than sitting on my couch and binge watch Netflix. I love junk food and despise going to the gym. Yet, I get up every day at 5 am, I only watch television on the weekends, I stick to a pretty strict low carb diet and I am in my local YMCA at least five days a week. I don’t do any of these things because I am any more disciplined than anyone else, I do them because I have uncovered what I call the lazy person’s discipline hack. Before I go any further, I need to address the coming elephant in the room. People always tell you that whatever you do, you should do for you. I am going to talk about how I do the opposite to get the best results. You see, like a lot of people I know, I am willing to do a great number of things for others that I am unwilling to do for myself. This means that the two elements of the lazy person’s discipline hack are commitments and expectations.
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