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30 Days of Enlightenment

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  1. Day 1 - AWARE
    6 Inspirations
  2. Day 2 - WILLING
    6 Inspirations
  3. Day 3 - CONSISTENT
    6 Inspirations
  4. Day 4 - FOCUSED
    6 Inspirations
  5. Day 5 - ALERT
    6 Inspirations
  6. Day 6 - CONTENT
    6 Inspirations
  7. Day 7 - PEACEFUL
    6 Inspirations
  8. Day 8 - BALANCED
    6 Inspirations
  9. Day 9 - VIRTUOUS
    6 Inspirations
  10. Day 10 - KIND
    6 Inspirations
  11. Day 11 - DISCIPLINED
    6 Inspirations
  12. Day 12 - TRUTHFUL
    6 Inspirations
  13. Day 13 - MINDFUL
    6 Inspirations
  14. Day 14 - TIDY
    6 Inspirations
  15. Day 15 - POLITE
    6 Inspirations
  16. Day 16 - PUNCTUAL
    6 Inspirations
  17. Day 17 - MODERATE
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  18. Day 18 - GENEROUS
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  19. Day 19 - HUMBLE
    6 Inspirations
  20. Day 20 - COMMITTED
    6 Inspirations
  21. Day 21 - CALM
    6 Inspirations
  22. Day 22 - PLEASANT
    6 Inspirations
  23. Day 23 - DILIGENT
    6 Inspirations
  24. Day 24 - REFLECTIVE
    6 Inspirations
  25. Day 25 - OPEN-MINDED
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  26. Day 26 - BENEVOLENT
    6 Inspirations
  27. Day 27 - PATIENT
    6 Inspirations
  28. Day 28 - RESPECTFUL
    6 Inspirations
  29. Day 29 - WISE
    6 Inspirations
  30. Day 30 - GRATEFUL
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DISCIPLINED – DEEP DIVE

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It’s a widespread belief that discipline depends heavily on willpower. If we are blessed with lots of it, we will find it easy to follow our routine and reach our goals. On the other hand, if we are low on willpower, we will struggle and give in to our destructive urges and desires.

According to a study by Stanford University, willpower is nothing more than a belief system we developed over time. If we believe that we are lazy and not capable of self-control, it is just a matter of time until we’ll give up on our goal. If we want to move forward and take advantage of all the fantastic opportunities life has to offer, we need to take personal responsibility and discipline ourselves.

Begin with a defined period of time and one bad habit. We challenge you to let go of one bad habit and abstain from it as you complete the whole 30 Days of Enlightenment. Examples of bad habits may include smoking, drinking too much coffee, complaining, watching too much television, etc.

Session 11, Inspiration 2
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