Google describes laziness as “the quality of being unwilling to work or use energy“. At some point of our life, we have experienced the feeling of laziness. We want to just sleep, or rest and not do any damn thing.
That’s how it is.
All of us puts ourselves a goal or a challenge at some point of our life. But the big, bad thing: laziness keeps us away from reaching those goals.
Before you get there, let me tell you: Overcoming laziness will NOT occur overnight. It is a continuous process.
The One-Minute Principle or Kaizen
Bright Side says that: “In Japanese culture there exists the practice of Kaizen, which includes the idea of the ’one-minute principle’ for self-improvement. At the heart of this method is the idea that a person should practice doing something for a single minute, every day at the same time. Clearly, it shouldn’t be any trouble for absolutely anyone — even the laziest person — to carry out a given task for such a small amount of time. Whereas you will more often than not find an excuse not to do something when faced with carrying it out for half an hour or an hour a day, you should be able to do without any misgivings for just 60 seconds.”
Guys, do anything. Just anything for just a fucking 60 seconds everyday, at the same time.