Self-discipline is an extremely useful skill, but not the easiest to master. These discipline affirmations will help you strengthen your self-discipline and as a result, you will get more done. Say good-bye to stress and start taking action!
People naturally look for comfort in all situations and tend to avoid things that make them uncomfortable. You need to keep this in mind, so that you understand why it’s sometimes so hard for you to sit down and get to work.
How to strengthen your self-discipline
Knowing that procrastination is natural, but beatable, will help you take action. Whenever you know you should do something that you don’t feel like doing, remember that your brain is simply looking for the easiest way to avoid the slight discomfort of doing what you don’t want to do.
Keep in mind that just because you first think that something is difficult or boring, doesn’t necessarily mean that it is. Often things are easier than you’d first think.
And even if that is not the case, the faster you start, the faster you will be done!
35 Self-discipline affirmations
1. I have full control of myself.
2. I am a person who does what I need to do, not what I feel like doing.
3. I focus on the results, not my current comfort.
4. I love working and applying myself.
5. Challenges make me want to try harder and be even better.
6. Every day I find it easier to control myself.
7. I can easily say no to cravings because I have my mind set on my goals.
8. I know exactly what I should do to get where I want to be.
9. My work brings me the most joy and that’s what I want to focus on.
10. Self-discipline is easy for me.
11. I like to build new productive habits and it’s easy for me to stick to them.
12. I always do exactly what I am supposed to do.
13. I try harder every day.
14. Every time I complete a task I don’t want to do, I become more disciplined.
15. Self-discipline comes naturally to me and I don’t let myself slip.
16. I prioritize my responsibilities and goals over meaningless wants.
17. I always start my projects a lot before the deadline and finish before anyone else.
18. I choose to do what I should do instead of letting my mood affect my actions.
19. In the morning I wake up with a purpose and with passion, in the daytime I work hard and in the evening I am content.
20. I feel good knowing that I have full control of my every action and don’t need to succumb to cravings.
21. It’s easy for me to focus on the task at hand and not let myself take unnecessary breaks.
22. I love working on something difficult and letting the rest of the world disappear as I focus on my work.
23. Even when I am tired or sad, I always get things done.
24. I hold myself accountable and don’t let myself waste any time.
25. When I set my mind on something, I don’t let anything get on my way. Whether it rains or shines, whether I feel good or awful, I do what I need to do to reach my goal.
26. Every evening I am amazed by what I have achieved that day.
27. I remove temptations and get rid of distractions.
28. I laugh at cravings and distractions as I work on my goals.
29. When I have temptations, I choose self-discipline. Nothing can break me.
30. I am not afraid to be uncomfortable.
31. My self-discipline is my greatest strength.
32. When I visualize my goals, all temptations disappear. It is easy for me to do the work.
33. I can work when I am tired.
34. Self-discipline is my form of self-care.
35. I am motivated and disciplined. The only thing that matters to me is my goal.
I’m sure these discipline affirmations made you feel more powerful and, well, disciplined. And that’s exactly how it’s supposed to be. You should never let your feelings guide you when you have things to do.
Everything is easier than it first seems. Just get started, do the work and before you know it, you’re all done.
Now get to work or whatever else you need discipline for and do what you are supposed to do! Soon it’ll be done and you can thank yourself for a job well done.
What did you think about these affirmations? Which one do you find the most powerful? Share your thoughts in the comments!