Motivation or discipline? What works?

Discipline vs. Motivation

Good health changes are there for the taking. You may need a bit of motivation to see that change is needed but self discipline will keep you on track. Seeing results and knowing how food affects you, particularly the hunger effects of sugar and carbs will help that discipline.

I totally agree with Ross’s concept in this article. I regularly get asked about motivation but we have forgotten the discipline side.

It does require discipline to stay focussed each day but the benefits are huge and, for me, the LCHF way of living gets easier. I don’t feel as though I am depriving myself of anything, just gaining the benefits.

“Don’t give motivation more credit than it deserves. You don’t need to be motivated to succeed. What you need is the self-discipline to put in the work whether you want to or not. Successful people don’t waste time looking for motivation.”…/20…/12/29/motivation-is-overrated/

One thought on “Motivation or discipline? What works?

  1. con lo

    seems to me that motivation is AS important. why do anything but for the benefits of doing it? The promised result starts the discipline-then the realized result continues the motivation for the difficult discipline.

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