I enjoy watching basketball, especially playoff basketball. As the teams move through the playoff rounds toward the championship round, the better teams lose sight of individual players and play as a team. The team works as a highly functional unit passing the ball, defending, and finding open players to take a shot. That type of team work doesn’t just happen. It takes discipline. The players know there is a right way and wrong way to play. They discipline themselves to practice the right way to play. The good teams teach us that discipline counts. When we apply discipline to our lives we discover there is a right way and wrong way to work, live in relationships, be a parent, or a friend. The more we discipline ourselves to apply the right way, the more success and happiness come our way.
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