Discipline – Short Essay 1.
Discipline is the key to success, having discipline prevents you from swaying from your main objective in life. Discipline brings structure and stability into someone’s life.
To be successful, you need to be discipline so that you can you can be able to have self-control over negative behaviours.
Discipline teaches a person to be respectful, and observant to the basic rules of the society. It promotes good human behaviour to making the society a better place to live.
The ability of a person to have self-restraint will enable them escape from falling into negative behaviour like addictions.
People’s respect for a disciplines person will grow. This includes everyone from their spouses to their employers. Every disciplined action you take influences the lives of those who are watching you, this can even have a ripple effect to the future generations.
You will enjoy a more successful and rewarding lifestyle.
Downside of lacking discipline
- You will not be able you achieve your goals.
- Self-esteem will go down, as much as you try to justify your actions, you know that it was wrong.
- You will the respect of those who depend on you actions.
- It gets easy to get hooked up in addictions and other negative behaviours if you lack discipline.
- A nation cannot succeed if public servants are not disciplined, so will a company if the subordinates are not disciplined.
Discipline can prove to be a hard virtue to grasp but it is an important decision you must make so as to live an easy life.
By Ananda (2019)
Discipline – Short Essay 2.
Discipline is an important value, especially in a student life.
- Physical discipline of exercise keeps the body fit for all the growth that is changing it.
- Sleeping on time and waking up on time keep the body rhythm smooth to be able to achieve the best.
- Attending school regularly and doing homework timely will see through your regular studies.
- Attention in class and keeping quiet, not disturbing anyone in class, following the rules set by the teacher etc. are the disciplinary behaviours required from a student.
- In work life, following the rules set by the employee and not disrupting the flow of work for yourself or others is the discipline expected from you.
- At home behaving politely with the elders, eating and retiring on time is a part of discipline.
- Obedience towards all the authority figures is an element of discipline that is largely neglected but is of importance towards showing respect to the elders.
Discipline can make your life simple if not easy because of the rules that you set for yourself and do not deviate from them.
By Janhavi (2019)
Importance of Discipline in Student Life – Short Essay 3.
Discipline is a good value to develop for all stages of life. The student life is a good place to start learning this basic value.
A disciplined lifestyle is one where you follow some basic rules to give shape, structure and direction to your daily life. This helps a student to channelize his or her energy and to focus on academic goals.
Some rules of discipline that can be followed by a student include:
- Setting up a regular routine for your daily hygiene and regular exercise helps save and prioritise time.
- Develop healthy eating habits around a balanced meal [of your choice] at regular timings. Avoiding fast food and eating outside is vital too.
- A good discipline is to sleep on time, avoid late nights and to wake up early for a fresh start.
Intellectual, Emotional and Spiritual
- A vital part of student life is developing a healthy respect towards authority figures: teachers, professors, etc. This helps build a good authority psychology for adult life.
- The main function of a student is to focus on academics. A student can explore and develop various concentration and meditation techniques to help develop focus and assimilation of information. This can be included in the daily routine.
- Avoiding unhealthy habits of any form is vital for emotional and intellectual health.
Learning discipline in your student life helps form a good base for your adult life.
Last updated: July 1, 2019.