Design is about discipline and reality, not about fantasy beyond reality.
Flair is a primitive kind of style. It is innate and cannot be taught. It can be polished and refined. When a person has flair, a grounding in the principle of design, and self-discipline, that person has the potential of being an outstanding designer.
Development does not start with goods; it starts with people and their education, organization, and discipline. Without these three, all resources remain latent, untapped, potential.
It takes discipline and compassion to awaken the divine in ourselves long enough to recognize the divine in another.
It takes as much discipline to be a mother and a wife as it does to do anything else.
I’m a prostitute. Do you know what, it really is basically I just really like to work! I’m thrilled that there’s a variety. It’s why I got into this business to begin with, because I really don’t have the discipline or intellect to have a 9-to-5 job. But I came from a classical music background and I merged that to theatre, it kind of opened up the door to a lot of different possibilities.
The discipline learned from putting in time and effort as a child is a skill and a talent you carry with you for the rest of your life in trying to achieve goals.
I continue to write. It’s just one of those things that I do. I’ll have periods when I write and periods when I don’t. But you don’t want it to become a discipline really. If it becomes a discipline, it becomes a chore and that’s no good.
I consider discipline indispensable, but it must be inner discipline, motivated by a common purpose and a strong feeling of comradeship.
I would rather be the good aunt who never says anything bad and lets the parents discipline the child.
My block was due to two overlapping factors: laziness and lack of discipline.
Orderly discipline and morale within an army was the responsibility of the Division Commander.
I just put drugs down to luck. I persevere quite honestly, and I’ve got a fair amount of discipline that keeps me out of deep water.