They say you don't realize how good something is until you lose it. We live in a time where we can become anything we want; the opportunity is limitless. Although we all desire some level of success there are so many things that distract us from achieving that success. The harsh reality is we are all products of how we spend our time. But why do most people end up wasting their potential? Why don't people achieve the things they want in life? There are many reasons for this, but one introspective reason is due to a lack of self discipline. Self discipline can be defined as putting off instant pleasure for long term success. Self discipline is a habit of mind, and just like any habit it's hard to build. But anything worth having is worth fighting for, so we must ask ourself how bad we actually want to live a purpose driven, fulfilled life? And keep it real with ourselves, because the fact of the matter is that you can put two people in the same situation and get two different results all based on perspective, and perspective produces action. So with a limitless amount of opportunity what will your results be?