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Synonyms for self-discipline



Synonyms for self-discipline

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As the progressive educator Alfie Kohn points out in his essay Why Self-Discipline Is Overrated, the child who always completes her homework the moment it's assigned looks like a paragon of virtue.
Keywords: Perceived inter-parental conflict, emotional security, self-discipline, adolescents
He said the recruits will learn that self-discipline is the first step towards leadership, and now they are ready to step to the front of groups and assign those tasks to others.
The Buddha equates self-discipline with restraint, and to the monks in the Dhammapada (Chapter XXV, V.
He said that he thinks that if mindfulness can improve mental clarity, focus and self-discipline, then it might be useful in a variety of settings and for a variety of goals.
In his book, Who Will Cry When You Die, the author says, "the golden thread of a highly successful and meaningful life is self-discipline.
There is one area of sales where self-discipline makes a tremendous difference (and is rarely found).
The ability to be honest requires the self-discipline to tell the truth, even when the truth will hurt you.
Schools that aim to develop self-discipline do so by using social and emotional learning (SEL) programs.
But that apart, City have to show both team discipline and self-discipline if they want to be up there.
SIR - Your correspondent Mr Harry Lewis (Letters, September 14) has the admirable morality to speak out against mass unemployment for our children in this distorted economy and suggests, instead, the introduction of a peaceful National Service for the younger generation, paid by the public purse, to give our children a sense of self-discipline and purpose in their lives.
We can see the benefits of having our brave men and women play a role within our education system as they know all about self-discipline and teamwork.
These results imply that poor self-control seen in impulsiveness and lower self-discipline was most important for eating due to negative emotions as well as in response to external food stimuli, suggesting that the inhibition of eating and difficulties to govern ones behavior are major aspects of these eating behaviors.
In this study, we are interested to see the impact of self-discipline on students' knowledge and learning.
Discipline - and more usually self-discipline - is at its core.