Words + Action = ?

Your words meaning equal with your action? Just start looking your friends, colleagues and/or family member/s which words using and what are doing them = usual them words and action two opposite way. My favourite “mixed up” when is my friend tell me she haven’t any money, and she haven’t any idea how paying her bill, after she invite me going out together and buy petrol for the car, and … more and more different thing in her action what isn’t in her words. This is not just her “lifestyle”, after I started looking  myself and anyone else around me and this is “normal”. Now if (by accident) I haven’t idea how can I pay my bills, definitely I couldn’t going out with my friend/s and spend my money for anything else. I know need lots of effort control our self, this is not just about focus, this is about consistency and discipline. Consistency is behaviour, quality of achieving. Discipline is systematic instruction intended to train a person, discipline rules or a code of behaviour. Discipline is a course of actions leading to a greater goal than the satisfaction of the immediate. A disciplined person is one that has established a goal and is willing to achieve that goal at the expense of his/her immediate comfort. You can change your focus when you want to. Consistency is your choice, just you have to listen/looking yourself what do you say and which action follow them. Discipline is your choice, I know discipline in today life very old-fashioned, but = yes! BUT this is working, need training yourself and use your power. You can do anything if you want to. Doesn’t matter if I haven’t enough money paying my bill (yet) yes I use more often the “yet” word – this changeable my sentence meaning, and I taking action solving that problem, and possible another time I going out with my friend/s. This is a never ending story with lots of effort – and a good / bad news your life is your responsibility. My wish to you Feel the Difference 🙂

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