How to cure laziness?

@jeiay41 (675)
United States
August 17, 2009 10:59pm CST
I've been struggle to this act since we migrated to other country. To anyone who know anything on how to remove it on a human body I'll be glad and thankful for your advice.
8 responses
• Philippines
19 Aug 09
I am too being lazy sometimes. For me there are times I am lazy and hardworking. We are not perfect. I think it is a matter of choices. If we choose to be lazy today it will happen because it is in your thoughts, if we want to be hardworking we can be. Sometimes laziness occurs when we are so fed up to the things we used to do for every day. Like this cycle, home, work, home, are you fed up with this routine. Try to change it so that you will have a different environment. Me, I change my environment if laziness occur to me, so that I will see different things, I will become interested again and be able to have a goal. Yes, laziness occurs when you have no goals, no plan for your life. If you have a goal, you will do anything just to achieved it. It can be a short time or long time goal, depending on your choice and wants. Failure also leads you to became lazy, once failure occur you will either relax or hurt, don't take failure as agony. Take failure as a challenge,it is did not work for you the first time, it can work on second or third time keep on trying. Lack of passion also keeps us lazy, when we are doing our job and we lack passion , we are just doing it for money. If your job is not your passion, find the things that you love and try doing it for partime. This keeps you busy and happy.
@jeiay41 (675)
• United States
19 Aug 09
I feel were on the same track. The only problem for me is how to continuously get this positive roll keep moving. Im a hardworker when I need to get a job done but after I accomplish that goal my passion goes out again. I also try setting a higher goal but it seems to hard to accomplish until I get tired of achieving it and thats the product of my laziness. I think there is a mathematically equation to get this problem solve. But on my formula I need those solution to get ths problem fix. Anyways I guess you motivate me with your passion in life. Im pump up again to get started and get it going. Thx pal, I'll surely use your comment as a cure
• Philippines
19 Aug 09
Oh do I? Remember what I shared to you comes from my heart. I do wish I really help you be motivated! Thanks for BR! Godbless you.
@smart44 (511)
• Philippines
18 Aug 09
you need to be busy or have an habitual doings, there is no such lazy person if you will do things on the right time. Write the things you want to do for the day and all the things youve done mark it with check. Others that will not done yet, think of how much time you will give on the things you will not done yet. Always think positive that all the task you will goin to finish for that day and make it habitual to you .
@jeiay41 (675)
• United States
19 Aug 09
That's my problem, im not going doing to do-list. I dont even know what to do Yup your also right, but my only habit is playing online games, do you think im lazy?
@artofreed (130)
• Indonesia
18 Aug 09
is there someone judge you as a lazy people? or you judge yourself that you are a lazy?. Perhaps you feel that you have no friend at your new country, or you don't know what will be done. Try to make a little bussy, like managing your bed room or other room in your new house, doing your hobbies, jogging around your block, etc..
@jeiay41 (675)
• United States
19 Aug 09
Both, i feel lazy so do people surround me but they never get mad of me because of that act. Yup, im new to this country but fiends dont have a meaning for me, after all happen in my past life Im smart enough to know what is my attitude towards people and how to interact to different types of peronalities. Your exactly right, i make myself busy but not how you suggest. You just cant stop me when i play my games nonstop and listen to music all day long if i feel bored. Boredsome is different on getting lazy. But i dont feel bored when Im lazy.
@rayne2008 (143)
• Philippines
18 Aug 09
I suggest that you relax your body and take away procrastination from it. I used the 21-day practice. For example, tell yourself that you wont be lazy anymore until you were able to complete 21 days without being lazy. The thing is, everytime you break your promise to yourself, you have to start all over again. Discipline is the key.
@jeiay41 (675)
• United States
19 Aug 09
That's the least thing I don't have, discipline. Consistency is my number one enemy. Im sure I am a hardworking person but when task is done I dont plan to do it again in the near future and all things will set to my everyday life style. If have and technique on how to be consistent to everything you do I'll be more thankful of helping me out.
@mrshughes (352)
• Philippines
18 Aug 09
Think positive...and do things that interests u most. keep ur brain working and motivate urself.
@jeiay41 (675)
• United States
19 Aug 09
The only thing that interest me right now is making money online and the one I finish playing lately (diablo 2). But I i struggle myself to motivate because when tough time comes I'll just past it on and do what I believe will ease my stress and boost my self steem for a short period of time and after that i forgot what my previous task to be done. Btw, its good to have a special person to get you motivated and get you going to what your doing. I'll try to find that motivation.
@lynnemg (4539)
• United States
18 Aug 09
I think that the only way to cure laziness is to force yourself to do things. Force yourself to get out of bed early, force yourself to do things around the house, force yourself to go outside and do things, and keep at it. The more you force yourself to do, the easier it gets, and the better you will feel. If you allow yourself to do nothing, than it gets harder and harder to do anything. There is no magic recipe, it is all about making the choice to do things and then following through by forcing yourself even when you don't really want to.
@jeiay41 (675)
• United States
19 Aug 09
Force the issue is that what you mean. Im not that kind of person and much more in a long run I'll just get tired of it by continuously forcing myself to do task that need t be done. Just like I said, my life is so simply, I wake up early in the morning (4:30am) to work. I went home and ate my lunch them the rest is meanigless. Watch tv till midnight or play games till dawn or I multitask those two things at once. Never the less if I think I file up my mess its time for me to clean it up but again after that it a long worthless time again. Anyways, Thx mate for the force advice, I'll be trying this out. I'll force myself to earn 1000$ this month online at any cost.
• United States
18 Aug 09
The thing with being lazy is, you just have to make it a point to actually motivate yourself to do things. There isn't an excuse for it, you chose to be lazy, you chose to get up every day and accomplish the tasks that need to be done. However, because you simply don't feel like it, you don't do it. You have to force yourself to get it done. I can't bare not doing things anymore. I tend to have lazy moments every once in awhile but usually, I get bored being lazy. I just don't know how people do it.
@jeiay41 (675)
• United States
19 Aug 09
Do you consider a person who watch tv in the morning when he awake until midnight when he sleep or play online games all day long? I can't hlp myself to distract this two things. My life is only cycle to 3 different places regularly, 1. our room with my parent on to it, 2. my work where you can find old people (40-65 age) i think im the only person stay there for quite sometime for my age (im in 20's), 3. I have a routine 2 days a week I went to my church. This is my life and i don't have any clue to change this cycle on my life.
• India
18 Aug 09
Be active. Then the laziness will be vanished.