Discipline to Success:
The Physical Attribute
Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.
Last Couple Weeks:
we went over a 6-step plan to build up your physical character. The plan has you performing some physical change for the past two weeks. It’ now time to assess how you did. We move to Step 7 in our discussion.
Develop – Strengthen Your Physical Attribute
The seventh step returns to make an evaluation of your physical progress for the last 14 days. Answer the following questions:
Did you achieve for 11 or more days your physical development goal (from Appendix Form-E)?
Do you notice a physical change?
Do you feel confident that you can continue developing this goal for the next fourteen days?
If you answered “no” to any one of the three questions, you need to return to Step (1) in this posting and complete the steps indicated. The reason for your return to Step (1) is to develop the physical attribute before moving onto the other character attributes.
The total energy required to make a physical change is less than the other four attributes. If you failed to achieve your physical development goal for at least 11 of more days, chances are that you will fail to make any positive change in any of the other four attributes. At the end of the next 14 days, make another evaluation of your progress by completing Step (7).
If you answered “yes” to all three questions, reward yourself with a token gift (buy yourself a milk shake). You will now continue developing and strengthening the same physical development goal — perhaps with more intensity — for an additional 7 days. At which time we will discuss development of your physical temperance attribute.
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