These two habits of Benjamin Franklin—creating overarching goals and plans and adhering to a daily schedule—are techniques we can emulate. Self-discipline isn’t something you can wing; planning is paramount to self-discipline because it is inherently tedious and boring, and sometimes you just can’t give yourself the choice to not work toward your goals. Take a cue from this famous founding father and protect yourself from your worst impulses.
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