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  1. Self Control, a part of inhibitory control, is the power to regulate one’s feelings, thoughts, and behaviour in the face of strong urges and temptations. As an organizational function, self-control is a necessary cognitive mechanism for regulating one’s behaviour in order to reach certain objectives in the workplace. With the advancement of technology, it has been easier to access the world around us on the internet. This accessibility has increased the number of people with poor self control who are not only at work but also at home, on the internet, and even while driving or when shopping. The result is that there are a large number of people with poor self control and low self esteem who are not able to make wise choices in regards to their own self and that of others.

    There are two schools of thought about self-control. Some believe that self-control prevents against certain kinds of evil such as stealing and violence, whereas others think that it promotes harmony and increases happiness. According to the latter group of experts, self-control helps increase happiness because it helps participants control their desire to be successful, and this desire results in them being willing to work towards achieving these goals. Self control is achieved by regulating the following four aspects: impulse control, intrinsic desire, external influence, and motivation. Although all of these are important, it is the desire to do well that ultimately makes a difference between a good person and a bad person.

    Executive function is related to the other factors mentioned above in that the absence of self-control can create problems in the workplace and at home. While the absence of self-control can also create problem in interpersonal relationships, the degree of the problem will depend upon the individuals involved. Whether the problem is with respect to impulse control, external influence, or motivation, executive dysfunction is an important problem that can have a major impact on health, wellness, happiness, and achievement.

  2. This is my first year of homeschooling. One of my priorities was giving the kids a good foundation in studying God’s Word for themselves and learning what the Bible has to say about our daily lives. I want to equip them to be in the world, but not of the world. When I came across Not Consumed I was eager to try it out. After our 4th kids Bible study and three more we are looking forward too, I am so hooked!!! I tell everyone I know what a blessing Not Consumed has been! Homeschool family or not, this is an amazing gift for your kids!

  3. Brother thank you very much for these scriptures.These are life changing scriptures for me.I really needed it.God bless you and use you forever for his glory.Keep helping people by such and other scriptures we need in daily life and living a Christ pleasing and Godly life.Thank you Jesus for my all Christian brothers,sisters and his mercy.

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