This week my focus goes to “Self Control.” Now I have to ask myself, just what does that mean? If it’s keeping control of my emotions, then I don’t want to get angry or upset at anything. If something is not going right I need to take it in stride and just work my way through it.
Another aspect of self control would be to stick to a plan or timetable that I had previously set for myself. That would mean I would need to move to a different task according to what my plan was to get accomplished for the day. This one would be tough. I like to finish something once I start it.
Self control includes a lot of things. I would need to include exercise, reading, not eating garbage food, doing a sit, and the list goes on. I better recognize and remember when I slip up. But, It’s good to know that I’m getting better every day.
Rod, I can tell that you are truly getting better every day. Let the force be with you!
Yes, Rod! A written plan of action is a key component in the “Success Formula.” It sounds as if you are learning that first-hand! 🙂