What does the word discipline really mean? According to Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, 10th Edition, discipline, as a noun, is defined primarily as punishment. My, but has a hard ring to it. An alternative definition is self-control. Well, that’s a little closer to my idea. I think the discipline that refers to making your home business a success, is as follows: D = Decision The decision to succeed in building a lucrative home business must be a firm commitment, a burning desire in your soul that is what you will do this. A weak “AO, let’s see how it goes” attitude will get you where you want to go. Sorry.
It is better that you know in advance. I = Integrity You must refer to a plane of mutual benefit with the rest of the world. If you think you can do well by foisted a bill of economic goods to unsuspecting customers, you’re wrong. You can make some quick sales, but its success will be short life and ruined his reputation would never recover. S = Sincerity Do you really believe that their product is worth? Are you really concerned about helping people do business or are you just trying to “take your money and run?” I know there are people out there like that, because I was the victim of some of them! These unfortunate experiences taught me that I certainly never want to be like one of the greedy group. C = Concentration is far better to concentrate on a single business startup program.