Not too long ago, self-discipline was the primary driver behind achievement. Knuckle down, work hard, see results.
And then we got smart.
We started talking about habits, neuro-plasticity and the science of behaviour – all great concepts and tools for self-development.
But as we explore these excellent tools, we can start to think that self-discipline isn’t relevant anymore – it’s somehow been replaced by a series of smarter, more modern life hacks that are easier to execute.
Nothing could be further from the truth.