Children's developing brains learn through repetition --by repeating experiences and routines. It is important that you are consistent with discipline so that your child know what to expect and what you expect form them. Being consistent does not mean being rigid. Adjust your discipline strategies as your child's brain matures and different situations arise.
Setting up routines for activates that you do with your child such as getting up in the morning, going to the store, and getting ready for bed can help. Follow through with consequences that you have set ahead of time for unwanted behaviors. Remember to praise and reward good behaviors!