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|Essentialism is not one more thing – it’s a whole new way of doing everything. It’s about doing less, but better, in every area of our lives. Essentialism is a movement whose time has come. From the Hardcover edition.|
|The absence of accountability and consequences may be the result of a lack of |
discipline. Its definition is: Training that ... I think Katherine Hepburn points this
out when she said, “Without discipline, there's no life at all.” There is an
|Discipline. Discipline. prepares children to be independent adults. It's not always |
comfortable—for either of you—but it's necessary. A parent has but a short
window of ... “Without discipline, there's no life at all.” —Katharine Hepburn. 106
|Without discipline, there's no life at all. —KATHARINE HEPBURN ... At this point|
—right now—you have the chance to change all that and embrace a lifestyle that
declares the body you live in a true temple. Every temple begins with the first ...
|DAY “Without discipline, there's no life at all.” —KATHARINE HEPBURN, |
ACTRESS The wonderful Miss Kate is quite right. There would be no life,
certainly no healthy lifestyle, without self-discipline. That's the necessary element
to get you up ...
|Maintain. Staying Organized for the Rest of Your Life “Without discipline there is |
no life at all. ... Your house, your office, your calendar, and your life are on the
way to becoming greater sources of peacefulness, nourishment, and simplicity.
|In real estate, the office opens, the phones are answered, and life marches on |
without you. There is no ... Without self-discipline on the part of all team members,
you and your team will not have power. ... There is no room for procrastination.
|Once we have discipline, it must be followed. Without discipline, or if we have it |
but it is not followed, there is no way this will become a successful developed
nation. In a household, in a school (or monastery), in a village, in a town, too, it is
|In conjunction with not having clear "doctrinal" boundaries and defini— tions, |
Hindu daily life is not separated from religious life. ... The food actually eaten,
who cooks it, when and with whom it is eaten are all a part of Hindu ritual activity.
... There is no formal discipline that presents "an internally consistent rational
system in which patterns of human conduct are justified with reference to ultimate