True discipline is what separates players and dreamers…

Dreamers know how to imagine an alternate reality. They know how to set goals. They just don’t deliver on those goals afterwards…

They pull excuses of course because we are generally extremely good at rationalizing our lack of action. Ultimately, they never get where they want, and that’s what matters.

At the end of the day, the enemy is your ego, and the stories you tell yourselves. We all have stories and rationalisations. We all have an ego and it is always gonna come in the way of change.

Discipline allows you to break free from all of that. Whatever critical actions you decide to take, discipline is the difference between waiting to “feel like” doing something, and simply doing what you said you would…

That’s why it’s so powerful. The elite athlete doesn’t always feel like training. He/she just does it. It’s not perfect every day, but it gets done.

The writer isn’t inspired every single day, but inspiration generally hits when you’re on the task… That’s why habits and discipline will beat hustle and “massive action” every single time.

It doesn’t require willpower, or being in a good mood, it just requires repetition…

To be able to repeat a habit, make sure to put some kind of reward at the end of it. That’s how you developed your current habits…

Whatever “self-sabotage” you are in right now, you draw some benefits from it… It may be small, but you wouldn’t be stuck if there wasn’t at least a small benefit. Once you identitfy it, you can set up the reward for a new behaviour you want to try out…

I will go into more details about going through change and beating your ego in tomorrow’s webinar. If you haven’t registered already, you can do so below:
http://anthonydexmier.com/freeregistration

Keep rocking,

Anthony.