Your Neuropsychology of Self-Discipline Program is composed of the following elements: (1) Ten MP3 audio sessions; (2) A Digital Personal Progress Guide; and (3) this â€œRead Me First File.â€
Digital Personal Progress Guide
This guide was designed to be viewed with the Adobe PDF application. Before listening to each audio session, print the corresponding session in the progress guide, read it, and then complete the required written exercises.
Session One: The Neuropsychology of Self-Discipline: Your Master Key to Achievement.
Session Two: A Profile of Success: The 10 Characteristics of a Self-Disciplined Achiever.
Session Three: The Fire That Burns Within: The 7 Steps to Developing Iron-Willed Discipline.
Session Four: The Power of Purpose: Determining What You Really Want to Achieve.
Session Five: The Magic of Mentors: How to Learn and Draw Inspiration from Models of Success..
Session Six: The Magnificent Obsession: How to Transform Your Dream into a Sesnory-Rich Vision of Success.
Session Seven: Power Planning: How to Turn Your Dream into a Step-By-Step Blueprint of Achievement.
Session Eight: The Time Connection: The Seasoning of an Achiever
Session Nine: Mega-Learning: How to Master the Knowledge and Skills You Need to Achieve Your Goals.
Session Ten: Vision Quest: Winning Through Persistence and Perseverance.
Before you listen to the audio, you should first read the progress guide session corresponding to the audio and complete the instructions outlined in the progress guide. Only after reading the appropriate progress guide session, should you listen to the audio.
The Neuro-Psychology of Self-Discipline
Today we live in a culture where many people want instant successâ€”wealth, a beautiful body, warm relationships, and knowledge, This "I want it now" mentality is called "instant gratification" and is the number one reason people fail. (See the Stanford Marshmallow Study)
Life's Real Winners
People who reject the value of instant gratification and develop the skill of self-discipline are life's real winners. These are people who have developed "emotional intelligenceâ€”they are able to set goals and harness the motivational strength to see it through to their successful fruitionâ€” day by day, week by week, month by month, and, if necessary, year by year. They know any worthwhile achievement takes time and sustained effort. They are willing to pay the price. They are self-starters, doers, and finishers.
The good news is that self-discipline is a skill that can be learned. The Neuropsychology of Self-Disciple is where you learn it.
The Secret Revealed.
The Neuropsychology of Self-Discipline is a self-paced audio program that consists of 10 audio sessions and a digital study guide. It is based on research conducted by author Steve DeVore and Dr. Karl Pribram at the Stanford University Neuropsychological Research Laboratories. He studied over 100 of history's greatest achievers (see The World's 100 Greatest People Audio Collection) and identified the characteristics they had in common, From these characteristics he distilled a powerful formula for self-motivationâ€” the secret of lasting success.
Key to mastering self-disciple discovered
All lasting success in life is based on our ability to set challenging goals and then to work toward them, no matter how difficult it is or how long it may take, until they are achieved. This ability to motivate ourselves, to persevere and persist until our goals are achieved is "self-discipline."
Through research at Stanford University and through an in-depth study of history's greatest achievers (see "The World's 100 Greatest People Audio Collection" authored by SyberVision founder and Self-Discipline author Steve DeVore), SyberVision discovered that self-discipline is a deeply rooted, core passion (emotion) that sustains our actions (motion) over a long period of time. And, self-discipline is a skill that can be learned through a six-step process.
To build this passion, this "fire within" you must first know what you want to achieve. "The Neuropsychology of Self-Discipline" shows you how to identify the things that are most important to you and to transform these "desires" into emotion provoking goals and actions necessary to achieve those goals. Below is the seven-step process you will go through as you follow and master the principles detailed in "The Neuropsychology of Self-Discipline."
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