This is a true story. I haven’t even changed the names to protect the guilty. If you’ve poked around this blog at all, you’ve noticed that discipline is a big subject for me. In just about every post, I will somehow allude to the fact that discipline separates winners from losers. I’m a big believer in not neglecting the small daily disciplines that add up to big successes. I’m constantly telling people to sweat the small stuff. I’m also a big believer in hard work. I even wrote a post about how my generation watched their parents preach work/life balance to the point that they forgot to work. It’s a pretty big high horse I’ve been riding around on and that’s why for the life of me, I couldn’t figure out why the hell I was stuck. I, Mr. Discipline, was being lazy. I, Mr. Sweat The Small Stuff, was neglecting all of the little things that I knew were easy to do. I was embarrassed, I was ashamed, and I was depressed.
Randy Fisher https://secureservercdn.net/220.127.116.11/cns.fd9.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Turning-Manager-Into-Leaders-300x138.png Randy Fisher2018-09-11 21:17:012018-09-11 21:17:01The Discipline To Rest