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  1. Character EducationMr. AndersonCharacter TraitSelf-Discipline Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  2. Self-Discipline Definition:Thinking about your words and actions, and then making choices that are right for you and others. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  3. Self-Discipline Example I show Self-Discipline when I accept that things do not always go my way. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  4. Self-Discipline Example I show self-discipline when I finish my chores before playing. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  5. Self-control Discipline Willpower Restraint Composure Firmness Soundness Stability Patience Poise Self-Discipline Words Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  6. Patient Definition:Demonstrating uncomplaining endurance under distress. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  7. Key Concepts Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  8. Focus Look Beyond Self Self-Discipline is the opposite of self indulgence. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  9. Discern Guard Your Steps When water flows along a riverbed, there is a give-and take between water and soil. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  10. Restrain Self-Discipline is accepting the opportunity to restrain yourself. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  11. Turn Turn Away A wise person recognizes when a temptation is to strong to resist and turns away from it. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  12. Support Seek Accountability Accountability is invoking the strength of teamwork to face a challenge. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  13. Self-Discipline Quotes The Greek philosopher Plato was once asked, “What man is most fit to govern a town?” Plato’s reply: “He that can well govern himself.” Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  14. Self-Discipline Quotes “We become just by the practice of just actions, self-controlled by exercising self control, and courageous by performing acts of courage.” -Aristotle Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  15. Self-Discipline Is not negative restraint but rather positive life management. Self-discipline is having a focus broader than self-indulgence. It brings selfish desires under control in order to achieve a greater end. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  16. Self-Management Maintaining a personal budget is an excellent example of self-discipline. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  17. Internal Chain-of-Command Self-discipline involves self-government: keeping one’s internal faculties in proper relationship. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  18. Foundation of Self-Discipline The foundation of self-discipline is the ability to control one’s thoughts, actions, attitudes, and feelings. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  19. Self-Discipline Questions How is self-discipline demonstrated in the classroom? Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  20. Black Bear Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  21. Discussion Questions for “Black Bear” Discuss various ways the black bear demonstrates self-discipline. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  22. Discussion Questions for Black Bear” What can we learn from the behavior of the black bear that will translate into human activities? Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  23. Discussion Questions for Black Bear How can self-discipline help you achieve your goals as you refuse to allow immediate desires to compromise long-term goals and make choices that will benefit you both now and in the future? Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  24. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  25. Watch your thoughts; they become words. Watch your words; they become actions. Watch your actions; they become habits. Watch your habits; they become character. Watch your character; for it becomes your destiny!!! Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  26. A wise old owl sat in an oak, The more he saw, the less he spoke, The less he spoke, the more he heard, Wish I could be like that old bird!!! Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  27. YES YOU CAN • (verse 1) • Listen, gather round I found something that you can use • And if you listen, well, I’m here to tell you, you cannot lose • A simple song, simple melody, to remind you that you can be • The greatest ever, defeated never, even though sometimes you may lose Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  28. Yes You Can • Chorus • Yes you can, you can do anything if you try, just try • Yes you can, but you have to believe and rely on what you have inside • You can make it through your trials, for your trials will just make you strong • You can do anything, yes you can, oh Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  29. Yes You Can • Teach your children well, it’s time to tell them just who they are • Train them as they go to let them know that they can go far • Oh my brother why do you wait, tomorrow night just be too late • For God gave the provision, made the decision, you can do all things through your faith Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  30. Yes You Can • (Vamp) • I can, I can, I can, yes I can do anything • No matter what if you can just conceive it, if you believe it, then you can achieve it. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

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