1. Create a Vision
Your Self-Discipline and Energy are Connected. if you wake up each day and focus on negative thoughts about how badly the day could be, your energy will reflect that. However, if you wake up and imagine all the exciting possibilities that could happen and focus on how you could do them, your energy will increase, As where your Attention goes your Energy flows.
If you have a lot of high-quality reasons for doing something and few excuses, then you will have the discipline to do it, and the more times you practice this the easier it will become, as you will start developing a Habit of Self-Discipline.
Start creating a Vision of yourself using self-discipline and seeing the possible results, and you will develop the motivation to start using it.
2. Make a Decision
Changes only happen when you make a Firm Decision that you will change When making a Firm decision you are making a Commitment to yourself and you create a belief for how you will act and live.
For this to happen regularly you need to start scheduling your time correctly, which tells your brain when and what you must do throughout the day.
3. Stop Listening to your Feelings
Most people tell themselves that they will do it someday, to tomorrow or next week, they will satisfie themselves by justifying their laziness. They will continue this until they change or die, you have to stop listening to your feelings and do what is required when it is required, you need to learn to take control of the voice in your head, and you need to force yourself to do what's required. You do not need to Consult the voice in your head when performing self-discipline.
4. Daily Actions
To create a Habit you must do something Daily, you have to review your skills to renew them, only by consistently practising discipline can you turn it into a habit or skill. Most people say that something becomes a Habit after 21 days, However, this does not mean after 21 days you can stop practising or forget about it, this is a regular requirement for every day, and you will have to practise this skill for the rest of your life.
The only way you get good at anything is through self-discipline: life only rewards action, not idleness.