I adore Seth Godin's pithy posts.
There's nothing like running across a simple yet powerful statement,
that is exactly what you need to hear. 

Set the alarm clock the night before

Situational goal adjustment is a real problem.
Don't set the clock when you're tired, set it when you are planning your day. Don't whittle away at your sales goals right after a serious rejection, set them when you're on a roll.
The discipline is in obeying the rule you set when you were in a different mood than you are now. That's what makes it a rule as opposed to a guideline.


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