Proper Discipline

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Discipline means control gained by enforcing obedience or order. It also means orderly or prescribed conduct or pattern of behavior. Discipline is important in all situations by everyone young & old. Discipline can vary from keeping yourself from eating the last piece of pizza or killing someone. Without discipline, the world would be more chaotic than what it is now. Jim Rohn said once “Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.” Discipline is applied to each activity in our lives. I however have shown a extreme lack of discipline by falling asleep in class, in doing so I have shown a tremendous lack of discipline to my instructors, my class mates, & the organization that has so graciously placed me in a learning environment only to show a extreme disrespect by falling asleep in the learning environment to show that I have serious problems with discipline.In basic training, whenever we would start to fall asleep are drill sergeants would tell us when we start to fall asleep that it was just a lack of discipline. Here I can see that the same rules apply forcing yourself to stay awake regardless of what you are doing requires mental discipline because even though that a person such as myself maybe not wish to be told to do something other than what we would choose to do & go off & wander in our heads about other places & other things. This in fact means you are wrong because when given a specific task whether it be simple as paying attention to the teacher or simply getting the correct items on a grocery list one must have focus at the task at hand. For example, I was in class & I was suppose to be finishing up my practical exercise section three on operation overlays this exercise could have been very useful in the future exam which I am to take in the near future. However I choose to be a free thinking idiot & take a nap, which was a very big sign of disrespect, & a reflection of showing that my discipline levels...
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