When you think of becoming a disciplined leader, what do you think about? Do you think about the effort and energy it takes to become disciplined? Do you think about changing your thoughts and actions? Or do you think about changing your choices to become a disciplined leader?
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The reality of discipline is that it does take energy and effort. To be disciplined means you will have to think more and do things differently.
Discipline also takes change. You can’t keep doing the same things you had done in the past. Those were undisciplined actions. You want to become disciplined.
To become a disciplined leader, you have to begin changing the choices you make. Being a disciplined leader is a choice. A constant choice.
Being A Disciplined Leader Is A Choice
Boiling everything down, you see that a disciplined leader knows how to make wise choices. They know how to make choices they don’t want to make. Read more...
Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly return in the 20th Marvel Cinematic Universe movie Ant-Man And The Wasp. In this outing, The Wasp (played by Evangeline Lilly) and her father Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) are in search of Janet Van Dyne (the original Wasp portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer), their mother/wife.
Their search began anew when Scott Lang (Ant-Man) returned from the Quantum Realm, a feat thought impossible. Janet had been trapped in the Quantum Realm for 30 years. They now had the hope she could be alive.
During their search, they run across new threats including a black market arms dealer named Sonny Burch (Walton Goggins) and Ghost/Ava Starr (Hannah John-Kamen). These threats hamper their rescue efforts and create fun action scenes you’ll love to watch. Read more...
You may be asking yourself a simple question by now. That question is: How do I become a disciplined leader?
The answer is simple. You do what a disciplined does.
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A disciplined leader:
Trains his mind-
There are things he wants to do. Yet he knows he cannot do everything he desires. He must take control of his thoughts and actions.
This means he no longer does things on a whim. Instead, he chooses to do things which will push him onwards and upwards towards the goals that have been set.
He doesn’t allow himself to get off-track. He pushes himself to be the best he can be.
The disciplined leader trains his mind through consuming uplifting content. He fills his mind with positivity and instruction. He may even partake in a bit of entertainment once in awhile. Read more...
To some, the word discipline is a dirty word. It’s a word they hate to hear and hate to use.
After all, discipline doesn’t sound sexy. The word connotes a dying to self. A falling in line. A giving up of oneself.
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And it does. But that’s not bad.
Discipline is a needed trait as a leader. Getting to become a disciplined leader is a good thing.
The Power In Becoming A Disciplined Leader
There is much benefit that can come from becoming a disciplined leader. While you may not be able to see the benefits at first, you will be able to see them after becoming disciplined (or after reading this, haha).
By strengthening your self-control, establishing your mind, and becoming disciplined, you will: Read more...
I recently had the opportunity to view this classic Studio Ghibli film in an actual theater! GKIDS brought back many Studio Ghibli animated adventures back to the big screen during Studio Ghibli Fest. Other movies shown during Studio Ghibli Fest include Grave Of The Fireflies, The Cat Returns, Princess Mononoke, My Neighbor Totoro, and Spirited Away.
Porco Rosso is an animated movie by the famous writer and director Hayao Miyazaki. The movie is based on the 3-part manga Hikōtei Jidai by Miyazaki. And is animated by the acclaimed Studio Ghibli.
Porco Rosso tells the tale of a veteran World War 1 fighter pilot and, now, bounty hunter. The great pilot is haunted by a strange curse. He no longer looks human, instead he has taken the form of a pig.