A guide for those who always repeat the same mistakes, who give up quickly or who procrastinate everything until tomorrow
- Why can't I control my anger?
- Why am I eating too much?
- Why am I wasting all this time on the Internet?
- Why can't I finish a project? Or to progress in my spiritual life?
- Why do I fall into the same stupid temptations again and again?
When we fail, it's easy to make excuses or blame circumstances. But let's be honest, our worst enemy is the one who looks at us in the mirror every morning.
We lack discipline.
The concept of discipline is not very popular these days. But the truth is that people who cultivate this essential virtue lead freer, happier, more meaningful lives. After all, our bad habits – from the most insignificant to the most serious – have their share of sad consequences. Ultimately, they prevent us from becoming who God intended us to be.
Your future self will thank you is a guide full of humor and compassion that will help you put an end to your bad habits and increase your willpower. Celivre examines the Bible's teachings on how to live a disciplined life while providing concrete strategies for growth, based on neuroscience insights into self-control.
Whether you want to deepen your spiritual life, overcome an addiction, or stop biting your nails, this book will help you find motivation, stay on track, and achieve your goals.
Your future self will thank you!
Drew Dyck is an editor and author of several books. A graduate in theology, he is also the editor-in-chief of Leadership Journal , a publication of Christianity Today International . His work is included in numerous publications including USAToday , The Huffington Post And CNN.com .