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Importance of Discipline in Student’s Life

Chhavi Singh
Shree Thakurdwara Balika Vidyalaya

‘The price of excellence is discipline. The cost of mediocrity is a disappointment.’ — William Arthur Ward

Discipline is something that always helps us to live a happier life.

It is one of the most important personality traits in everyone's life. It refers to a set of rules and regulations which are to be followed while undergoing any task or activity.

According to a 2013 study by Wilhelm Hoffman, people with high self-control are happier than those without. The study discovered this is true because the self-disciplined subjects were more capable of dealing with goal conflicts.

Discipline begins at home.

Despite what many may think, self-discipline is a learned behavior. It needs practice. We have to incorporate it into daily life. This regimen will help you to establish good habits, break bad ones, and improve your control by making simple changes to your everyday routine.

This article talks about the top benefits of a disciplined life. Discipline is a foundation for understanding consequences, making behavioral decisions, and establishing lasting personality traits.

Let’s have a look at the long term benefits of discipline -

  • Discipline plays an important role in keeping the distraction away from life. When you find yourself getting distracted, make a note of the circumstances so that you can avoid the same pitfalls again. Discipline allows you to achieve goals by weeding out the distractions in your life.
    Research published in the Journal of Personality showed that self-control isn’t about deprivation, but actually about managing conflict and making decisions that align with your personal goals.
  • Discipline gives you a more positive outlook. children with high levels of self-control are more promotion-focused on acquiring positive gains — thereby facilitating more approach-oriented behaviors, instead of avoiding things.
  • Discipline helps you to live a happier life. One study found that self-disciplined people are happier. The research also revealed that participants who had higher self-control were better at choosing the best option when conflict arose than people with lower self-control.

Understanding the importance of self-discipline, then taking steps to improve this most critical skill is perhaps the best thing you can do for your personal development and likelihood of lifetime success.

Chhavi Singh
Shree Thakurdwara Balika Vidyalaya