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Discipline or Abuse!

Discipline or Abuse!

We were taught as children that punishment was always a way to correct us. For the sake of these corrections, a lot of children have undergone having some parts of their body completely disfigured leading to trauma. In recent times, it has began to seem like the value in punishing a child for correction has […]

Success Must Be Attracted, Not Pursued

Success Must Be Attracted, Not Pursued

Personal value is the magnet that attracts all good things into our lives. The greater our value, the greater our reward. Since the solution for having more is becoming more, we must be in constant search for new ways to increase our value. Self-control The practice of discipline Patience Planning Intensity of effort The development […]

Zero Discipline Parenting Methods for Parents Tired of Time Outs

Zero Discipline Parenting Methods for Parents Tired of Time Outs

Some parents approach child discipline with the thought that “this is going to hurt me more than it hurts them.” But this sentiment prompts a pretty fundamental question about parenting and discipline in general: Whether it comes from a traumatic time-out, a smack on the bottom, or parental self-recrimination, why does anyone have to get […]

Want to Build a High-Performing Team?

Want to Build a High-Performing Team?

  Many leaders believe a team is only as strong as its weakest link. Thus many organizations spend a lot of time working to attract the best talent, while performance-managing those that aren’t operating at the standard they would like. But building a world-class team isn’t about just getting the right people on the bus. […]

Ways To Develop Daily Discipline

Ways To Develop Daily Discipline

Many people wonder how I manage to stay so disciplined. They think my life must be very hard because I’ve always followed a strict schedule, from when I was training to be an Olympic athlete to now, since I’ve co-founded Onbotraining, an online coaching service that helps people achieve their goals. But I don’t see […]