Self-Discipline holds great promise, but also has a dark side!
In science fiction or horror movies, the idea of being taken over by someone or something else is a common trope. In such cases we generally see some poor person lurching about every which way, their eyes wide and staring, their mouths open in a silent scream as they’re forced to do something they don’t want to do.
At first glance, self-discipline sounds a lot like that. We imagine having a set of rules engraved on the inside of our skulls. We think about all the things we’ll have to give up if we’re self-disciplined. We think about all those things we’ll be forced to do – terrible, awful things that we would never do otherwise.
To many people, self-discipline looks a lot like a self-imposed jail cell.
In reality exactly the opposite is true. In some ways practicing self-discipline opens you up to the greatest freedom of all.
While self-discipline is all about control, you’re the one calling the shots.
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Creating a Workplace
Culture That Works
It’s no accident that the companies with the highest-rated work cultures are also the most successful.
If you started out as a one-man or one-woman company, you might not have a well-defined culture. However, as your company grows, your culture plays an increasingly important role in your future and success.
What is a company culture?
Think of it as the shared beliefs, standards, values, and procedures of a company and its employees.