The easy answer to becoming more efficient is to discipline yourself to working non-stop on a single task. By doing so, you’ll get more high quality work done in a lesser amount of time. And of course, each time you stop working, you’ll give back your gains and revert back to a point where every part of the task is more difficult and time consuming.
The real key is “self discipline.” Elbert Hubbard defined self-discipline as, “The ability to make yourself do what you should do, when you should do it, whether you feel like it or not.” And when you come right down to it, success in any endeavor requires lots of discipline, for it is only through self discipline and self control the basic building blocks of character and high performance are formed.
The ways to develop your self-discipline is to clearly and single-mindedly focus on your number one task until it is 100% complete. In doing so, you will actually shape and mold your own character. You’ll become a superior person and a stronger, more competent, confident and happier person. You’ll feel more powerful and productive.
Your self confidence will also soar. You’ll eventually feel capable of setting and achieving any goal and achieve a level of personal effectiveness on which your future is absolutely guaranteed.
Start today by taking your most important task and disciplining yourself to persevere without diversion or distraction until it is 100% complete. See it as a “test” to determine whether you are the kind of person who can make a decision to complete something and then carry it out. Once you begin, refuse to stop until the job is finished.
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