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The Best Ways To Stop Being Lazy And Procrastinating

A reader wrote in and said, “I need to know some ways to stop being lazy and procrastinating. I’m so lazy I make Homer Simpson look like an Olympian. SO yeah… best ways to stop being lazy and procrastinating?”

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We need to know some ways to stop being lazy and procrastinating so we can be productive and achieve our goals in life.
Sometimes we have all the motivation in the world, feeling as though we could move mountains with our ickle-pinky-finger. Yet at other times we feel as though we couldn’t lift our backsides for all the money in the world. That’s the problem with motivation: it’s inconsistent. Sometimes we’re up, sometimes we’re down. Sometimes we’re raring to go, sometimes we wish the whole world would sod off so we could stay asleep on the couch. What we need is a way to overcome laziness, to stop procrastination. We don’t want to be the turtle that met the finishing line slowly, nor the hare that cockily fell asleep halfway through. We want something between the two, such that we can progress steadily and at a healthy pace. We need sustained, balanced, consistent motivation. Here are a few key pointers, all of which have been scientifically proven to create and sustain motivation. These are excellent ways how to overcome laziness.



Ways to stop being lazy and procrastinating # 1 : Reward Effort for the sake of Effort Itself

One of the most common causes of laziness is in not seeing the point in one’s actions. Laziness can arise when we have tried very hard at something before only to be disappointed with the results of our efforts. These past experiences can make us feel that there’s no reason to bother at all because our efforts won’t end in the results we want anyway. To overcome this idea, we need to learn that making an effort is enough of a positive in itself, regardless of extrinsic rewards.

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