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Self Discipline Mastery: Self Control Passion Mental Toughness Productivity and Emotional Intelligence - cover

Self Discipline Mastery: Self Control Passion Mental Toughness Productivity and Emotional Intelligence

Evan Scott

Publisher: Evan Scott

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Summary

"Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment." - Jim Rohn 
Isn't it amazing that almost always, the highly successful ones are those are are insanely disciplined? People like Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, Tony Robbins, Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs... so on and so forth... 
In Today's age of distractions, instant gratifications and over-abundance, self-discipline is now an even more valuable asset.  
Included in Self Discipline Mastery are:The Science of Self-Discipline: A Simple Guide to Beat Procrastination, Achieve Your Goals, and Get the Life You WantThe Science of Emotional Intelligence: Why It Matters More Than IQ and How You Can Master ItThe 30-Day Productivity Blueprint: Crush the 30 Bad Habits That Are Crippling Your TimeFind Your Passion: 17 Simple Questions You Must Ask YourselfDaily Self-Discipline: Daily Habits and Mindset to Build Sustainable Self-Discipline and Achieve Your Goals 
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