Be disciplined and live the life you want!

Disciplined – this can be a hard word to hear. What if we took away the negative connotations and focussed on what could be achieved in a positive way, would we feel differently?

In this episode, the team really work through their thoughts on the negative impact of the word and how by putting disciplines into practice, this conversation can really make you think about what you can achieve.

Fun tips and tricks to help you get on the path to becoming disciplined and get to live the life you want!

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Links:

Season 6, Episode 3 How to Get a Growth Mindset – Calm Edged Rebels

Season 7, Episode 1 How to maintain motivation – Calm Edged Rebels 

Season 7, episode 2 Take control of your life – Calm Edged Rebels

Discipline is Destiny by Ryan Holiday Discipline Is Destiny: The Power of Self-Control

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