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Discipline and you360

Updated on May 19, 2009
Your Daily Method of Operation.
Your Daily Method of Operation.

Are you disiciplined enough to follow your action plan?

Preview20… In the last article I said that you had to learn how to employ yourself. You had to learn how to be both the employer and the employee. Some of you understood what I was talking about, some of you got it and some of you didn't get it. But you will in time so don't worry too much about it right now. You'll get it as you follow along with the you360 concepts …it will all come to you in time.

Alright now, we can move on to the next order of business which is, your DMO (daily method of operation).

Develop a new discipline!

The key to developing a new discipline is consistency. Write it down, that's another key word. And the key to developing consistency is following your DMO. Your DMO is a specific plan of action. Remember choice, commitment and action? Well, your DMO is your plan of action for you to follow consistently each and every day …your daily plan, your daily goals and your daily activity.

Your DMO is your plan of action!

Your DMO, is your specific plan of action and daily activities that when put into place and followed everyday consistently, will give you the ability to establish, sustain and accelerate your momentum, not only in your business, but in all areas of your life …another key word, momentum.

You have to establish momentium!

See, nothing happens until you create some sort of action, consistency and momentum. You have to get those gears turning. You have to establish momentum. Then, you have to sustain that momentum and advance that momentum if you want to get better, have more, become more, go faster, climb higher and make your mark. You have to accelerate your momentum and the only way to do that is with consistent action and following your DMO consistently everyday. Not just some days, but everyday!

Your next step should be consistent action!

Example, if you wanted to become a world-class body builder. Your first step would be, choice, commitment and your action plan. Your next step would be consistent action to establish momentum. You would do that by taking immediate action by going to the gym and starting a training program.

However, if you go to the gym once, (one time) or just once in a while, that's not going to build muscles. That's not going to create any significant results. To make your training work, you'll have to go to the gym and train consistently everyday. To establish, sustain and accelerate your momentum, you'll have to go to the gym everyday and follow a consistent training program if you plan to build your muscles.

Your DMO should be consistency and discipline!

The same goes here. You'll have to follow a consistent planned program, a plan of action called your DMO. And, the two main muscles of your DMO will be consistency and discipline.

That's why you need a DMO, it's oh so important to keep you focused and to keep you on track.

You see, unless you have a specific daily routine of activity to follow, a specific activity, which will allow you to build new disciplines, and to work toward a better future, everyday, day-by-day, one day at a time. You'll never make any significant progress. You'll never make it up the hill, you'll never make it to the next level and you'll never make it to the summit that you're capable of reaching!

  • You have to have a specific goal, your DMO.
  • You have to have a specific plan of action, your DMO.

And that DMO has to be your DMO, not someone else, yours.

You know yourself better than anyone else knows you.

  • You know what you want.
  • You know what you need.
  • You know what you're capable of doing.
  • You know where you can stretch and where you can't.

That's your job. That's the “you” part.

I hope every ones been taking notes because, as the old saying goes, how do you know where you're going...if you don't know where you've been?

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And while you are taking notes, make a note to drink plenty of clean, fresh, filtered water with two-four ounces of the "best tasting aloe vera" everyday for your health!

Know your supplier.

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    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago

      Property-Invest ...thank you for stopping by with your comment. We here at Healthy Systems definitely talk consistency. As my business partner is always saying ... "inch by inch is a cinch" Yes ones step at a time ...but it is important that you plan ...plan ...plan!!

    • Property-Invest profile image


      8 years ago from London

      I love it! DMO, I've definately learnt that consistency work. Thanks for the great hub.

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago

      Putz ..Fine that you noticed we always talk about our aloe drink ...It is one of those things that I make sure I do regularly. I actually drove in a snow storm to get my aloe. Don't like to be without it.

      Thanks for stopping ...please come by again best to your success and health!

    • Putz Ballard profile image

      Putz Ballard 

      9 years ago

      Seems like my wife had us drinking Aloe Vera juice. Might have been when she had us on Herbl Life years ago. It wasn't bad, might need to try it again.

      Robert Ballard

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago

      Hi Feline Prophet.  Good to see you again. 

      You got that right.  It is so hard to keep our eyes on what needs done when there is not someone looking over our shoulders.  And not to mention the many things we try to take on today while we are still trying to build a business.

      One of the many things people let distract them is family and friends.  It is so hard for them to realize that you do have a business and you are working ...especially when it comes to doing work online.

      So discipline ...discipline ...and keep your eyes focused.

      Please come back again ...I welcome your comment best to you!

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      Feline Prophet 

      9 years ago

      Hey gj, just saw this...have been away for a few days.:)

      For those who work out of home, discipline is perhaps the most important of all the good habits we need to inculcate. It's so easy to be distracted by mundane things when there isn't a higher authority enforcing discipline.

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago

      Jmell ...thank you for coming by ...I know if you read more of the articles you will get the total drift of the DMO (Daily Method of Operation).  It is the most important part of the you360.

      Thank you for your comment!

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      9 years ago

      hmmmm, I need to go read your last hub because I don't know what the DMO stands for.

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago

      Thanks Chaser4 are on top of things tonight. 

      Thanks for the comment. ...yes ...I am looking forward to finishing the book and getting it in peoples hands ...then they can really run with this thing.

      My best to you Chaser4 ...have a great evening and much success to you!

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      9 years ago

      Hey are really right on spot. This you360 thing has now become a part of my business SOP. Thanks for all you do and keep the information pipeline full, it's working.

      BTW, can't wait until the you360 ebook is finished.


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