It’s Monday!   

We renew our commitment to being self-disciplined, essential for growth and living our best this week.

Self-discipline is an art as well as work; a daily decision which begins at the start of the day.  

The definition of self-discipline often uses the words, “control and correction.”

TableThink uses the word, self-discipline, to describe doing what is right for self through three of our core-action-values:

1. Align  2. Assimilate   3. Activate 

These three core-action-values are foundational to living with purpose, fulfilling our God-given mission every. single. day.

So.

We align, assimilate, and activate through the God-directed word in 1 Corinthians 9:25, which describes living a self-disciplined life to be like a champion athlete who is disciplined to win.  This means we need to take the time to let the light of this truth to reveal what needs to be done in our personal life to align with this God-word.  It’s helpful to write down the specific actions that need to be assimilated in our daily life.  But.  Nothing will change until it’s activated. 

Take note: The self-disciplined life is empowered through God’s grace, the power to do what we can’t do on our own.

Finally . . . inspiration is key to effective self-discipline . . .

    • Think about who you are to be and what you are to do.
    • Form the vision of your best. 
  • Believe all things are possible in your life through the grace of God.   

Join us in our renewed commitment to living a self-disciplined life.

There’s always more on Monday–Joshua and Kerrie

Look for more on self-discipline in TableThink’s soon-to-be released course on organizing your life. 

Monday–Joshua and Kerrie

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