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How to be civilized and well mannered

 

Chapters:
Discipline Yourself

Being Useful

Knowledge

Cleanliness

Mentality Wins
Big vs Small

Minority
Self Maturity
Giving Life
Personal Information

Awareness
Sharing

Organization
Timing
Enjoyment
Self Control

Supporting Others

Don’t Gamble

Reciprocity

Balance
Etiquette and Style

Being Nice

Maintaining

Worth
Functionality

Boundaries
No Means No

Opportunity
Making Sense
Attention
Strength and Weakness

Real vs Fake
Skills and Abilities

Concepts and Ideas

Imagination vs Reality

Luxury
Entertainment
Diet Habits
Affordable Budget
Well Being
Respect vs Jealousy

Success
Simple Courtesy

Be Confident

Quiet Riot
Having Differences

Playfulness
Don’t Touch

 

"One of the best ways to live is to work on your discipline. If you are able to control yourself you are able to achieve a lot. Discipline will make you whoever you want to be. Nothing happens from nothing. You can learn a lot from disciplining yourself. Think of something you want to have for yourself, then think of how you will get it. Whatever you want you will need the work ethic to get there. Disciplining yourself is a valuable thing, just imagine being able to handle anything that comes your way instead of being a victim or target. Ways to discipline yourself are to control yourself (thoughts and actions) and to know everything you do. Then understand how you feel and manage it. Being able to manage yourself can become useful when things get out of hand. You will learn a lot about yourself when you start to manage how you and your body live. Other ways to discipline yourself are to know what to expect of yourself. If you expect things to happen with no effort or work, then you don’t know anything about discipline, doing things for yourself will build an ethic of making things happen by your effort. The more you build your work ethic, the more you will be able to do."

 

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