⚡ Motivation vs Discipline ⚡

Ivanna Wendel
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What's more important in reaching goals: motivation or discipline? Your thoughts👇

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Aleks Bochkov
B2B SaaS Astronaut 🚀 @labioffice @noplag
It's a tricky one :) Motivation 🙂
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Steve Procter
Connecting Founders & Investors
both. equally.
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WJ
Music. Pictures. Words.
sometimes they support each other. but if there's no motivation - try to discipline myself :)
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Ivanna Wendel
CoFounder LabiOffice | Wtech Amdassador
@w_j Good advice! Thanks!
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WJ
Music. Pictures. Words.
@ivanna_wendel @pierre_kraus Pierre nailed it! 😅 „Motivation to start, discipline to achieve!”
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Pierre Kraus
Business Analyst @Telios
@ivanna_wendel @w_j ahah thanks! ✌️
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Savian Boroanca
Launching Sessions 2.0 on December 7th
Discipline, no matter what. Motivation is just like a first step, but discipline will take you further when is next to impossible to take another step.
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Sara Gifford
ActiVote, Daily Democracy
I think passion for the work you are doing is the most important. If you have passion, then motivation easily follows. Discipline is critical to make sure that you do the work that is important and not just urgent.
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Pierre Kraus
Business Analyst @Telios
Motivation to start, discipline to achieve!
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Ivanna Wendel
CoFounder LabiOffice | Wtech Amdassador
@pierre_kraus Love this! 🚀
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Maxwell Davis
Launching Something Soon 🚀
If you're on your own then I don't think it'll work not having discipline but if with others I'd go for motivation...
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Sebastian Britz
Co-Founder & CEO @digitty
Firstly, I think motivation is necessary. If you are well motivated then discipline comes along. Although for certain recurring tasks it is hard to find the motivation once it becomes redundant.
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Johannes Haux | MergeBoard.com
Founder @ Sysmagine DL scientist
Motivation to be disciplined!
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Ivanna Wendel
CoFounder LabiOffice | Wtech Amdassador
@johannes_haux Yes! Thats right!
Shekhar Chandra
Software Engineer @ Accord
Discipline !
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Ivanna Wendel
CoFounder LabiOffice | Wtech Amdassador
JeofCo Cyr
Petit nouveau dans le monde du web
Discipline with a morning formula :)
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Maria Batrin
Problem solver at Bloomy Lab 🙌
@jeofcocyr What's the morning formula? :)
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Jose Eduardo Saura
Frontend @weareStooa - Digital Products
Discipline over motivation. Discipline stays for ever, motivation is good but not the key
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Ana
Chief Inspiration Officer
For me, motivation is crucial when setting the goals, but to achieve them - discipline. You can run on motivation only so far. It doesn't kick in at will and tends to waver when you hit major challenges or are just having a shitty day.
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Ivanna Wendel
CoFounder LabiOffice | Wtech Amdassador
@justana Good point! Thanks for sharing!
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Lior Galante Cohen (Vaza)
Team Lead @ Amy
I think it's a combination of both, but discipline is very important when working on a long-term goal.
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Tanya Sharma
Building @Wonderpath
Discipline for sure to stay on track! It's important though to revisit your goals regularly and allow yourself to drop or change them.
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Reuben Carter
Co Founder of Grapevine
Depends on the goals...
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Rosie Higgins
Software engineer and entrepreneur
Both are important. But I think motivation is more important. If you have discipline with no motivation you won't get anywhere. But if you have motivation with no discipline you can still achieve things. Also, sometimes letting go of your discipline and letting yourself ride on a wave of motivation for a particular task can help you get more done I find!
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Vera Mirzoyan
DMS | Addicted to SEO | Content Writer
Motivation always wins in my case. If I'm motivated, I assure to do my best without any discipline.
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Mahak from Outgrow
Data Analyst @ Outgrow
For me both work equally and actually when I discipline myself to work in limited time, it gives me the motivation to complete my work early or on time so yeah they work together.
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Piotr Pawłowski
Launched @firmbeecom vol. 2 today 🐝
I'd say that without motivation there is no way to discipline yourself and therefore achieve your goals.
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