As this article, Motivation Over Discipline, points out that discipline has been the sole factor in what many of us considered the reason for our success. This may have been the case in the past, but now research and analytics are stating otherwise. Even though discipline still comes into the equation, it is now understood by more that motivation is inherently the impact factor.

We are finding out that successful people are not doing things because they are not only disciplined but also motivated to do it as well

Owning a transportation business and working long hours may be thought of as very disciplined, but the truth is you have to be motivated and disciplined owning a transportation business to be successful for the long haul. We do the things we do because we like to not because we have to!

An individual’s personality has a great deal to do with how we live and structure our lives. We must remember to build our habits to each of our personalities to support the goals we place in front of each of us. Ask ourselves simple questions to help build those habits.

  1. What feels like fun to me?
  2. When am I enjoying myself?
  3. What challenging things are hard yet brings joy?

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Source:  Brett & Kate McKay, January 1, 2019, Last updated: November 4, 2020,