Self-regulation and Time Management
Most of the things in this world can be achieved when people take individual actions. Self-regulation is functioning without outside interference. This means embarking on something that you did not feel like doing or stopping to do something that you wanted to do. Self-regulated people require high will power (Garland, 2014).
Self- regulation involves many sacrifices as delaying gratification. For example, one can choose to study for exams to going out and having fun with friends. Choosing to sleep fewer hours to practice for a sports competition and putting money in a project rather than buying the latest clothes.