I admire daily people. They are some of the most disciplined people I know. They love their routine and they stick to it.
They enter their day-to-day routines knowing what they need to do and how to get it done. It’s not unusual for them to create a daily to-do list where they find satisfaction in checking off a completed task.
Daily People . . .
will be motivated by the steady, consistent beat of each day, and find their greatest effectiveness with clear responsibilities.
It may drive a daily person crazy if they don’t get everything done on their list, because when it’s Wednesday, there are certain things to be done. Though interrupting their plans may be cause for frustration, you can rely on daily people to be consistent and dependable.
A few years ago I met a man who reads through the Bible every year. He’s been doing this for over two decades. That is the discipline of a daily person. Daily devotions, whether morning or evening (or both), give them strength for each new day.
Daily people anchor themselves in the routine of life. This is where they live effectively, happily, and purposefully.