What happened to those who insisted on clocking in?

What happened to those who insisted on clocking in?

Some views on "self-discipline"

yesterday sent a broadcast, which caused a lot of resonance. The broadcast went like this:

"When I accept students and recruit colleagues, I never look at men and women and never believe the nonsense that men do more work than women. I just look at whether they are self-disciplined and whether they can be hard on themselves. Those who know self-discipline are not afraid to have a few children, and the time lost can always be made up; if they do not know self-discipline, they will not be able to ligate them. I educate my students, that is, to teach time management and let them treat themselves harshly. After all, self-discipline is very painful. This is, of course, a view on the recent particularly popular incident of Professor Feng Gang.

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but I have been infatuated with "self-discipline" for a long time and especially want to share it. However, from the reply and retweet, I feel that it has also caused a lot of misunderstanding, so explain:

first: I said, "self-discipline", not "diligence".

make a reasonable plan and make sure you finish it, instead of sitting in front of the computer reading three, four, five, or six pages every day. First, there is no plan, and second, there is no efficiency. This is called "pretending to work hard", not real "self-discipline".

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second: I said "self-discipline", not "self-abuse".

"self-discipline" itself requires balance in life, and life management is also an important part of self-management. I can't imagine that a person who doesn't cook for himself all day long can manage his body and mind, and I don't think living in a messy environment can make him efficient. There are many things you don't have to do, but some time must not be saved. Once you don't do it, you will lose your sense of life.

third: I am surrounded by smart people, especially students, who are absolutely the best among them, but what I admire most is that smart people regard themselves as stupid, play stupid kungfu and study hard. Such people, both male, and female, are invincible.

fourth: you can't be self-disciplined for seven days, so you can't hold on for a lifetime. You have to rest at least one day a week, while a lazy person like me will take two days off and do nothing. Just like yesterday, the weather was so fine, the sun shone into the living room, but nothing was done, lying on the sofa, watching Miss Marple photographed by BBC all day. Life is so beautiful.

Fifth: self-discipline starts with little or no moments and no comments, so it's for nothing.

if you must learn "self-discipline" by reading, I strongly recommend that you not read any books written by experts by double-dealers. I think the following two books will suffice:


if The core idea is "delaying happiness" (postponing gratification), which plays a very important role in the treatment of procrastination, as I do, holding my breath every morning to do the hardest part, and then do something relaxed and happy in the afternoon.


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[Japan] Haruki Murakami

Murakami provides us with a simple and useful way of life. I think he can be named "Holy Murakami", not because he is the "running teacher". We just need to change his wake-up time from 4: 00 to 7: 00 and his work time from 5: 00 to 9: 00, and we won't waste his day confessing before going to bed.