The development of will for personal issues, such as being able to go to bed, get up on time, stick to a flow of the day, to me, can be much further addressed in several areas:
1. Use of forty days to establish a new habit. Not just twenty-one days, but forty. To work on one thing at a time!
2. The will is an outward gesture of DOING. I think it was Zig Ziglar who said, “Do it, and you will be motivated to do it.” Sometimes we think too hard, plan too much, and we just need to do it.
3. I think handwork is a perfect place to develop your will. Anytime you “eyeball” something and work with doing, you are developing those faculties of will.
4. Try it, and if you fail, try again! The key is in the striving! Pick a friend or have your spouse help you be accountable!
Many blessings to you on this new day, this new moment!