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How to fight laziness?

I think it's one of the biggest obstacle for people in achieving their goals. Really, we could be a lot smarter, more successful, more helpful towards other people, but because we're lazy we are not all those things. Or we are but we could be much more than that. Do you think laziness is an essential part of all human beings, and if could find a way to reduce it somehow we could be a better people. Do you think laziness is a lack of will? I'm asking this because the other day I had a heart-to-heart talk with my friend and he said that laziness is preventing him from being really successful, wealthy, helpful, etc. A friend of a friend of mine can't find a job because he says he doesn't really know what he likes. But is it really that? I think he's just lazy to even start doing something. What do you think about that human phenomenon?

Asked By: - 6/30/2011
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When somebody does have a passionate will to achieve a goal, a well-defined dreamy state of being and doing, that person will not be lazy but will be resolute, determined to daringly struggle for that goal.That person's life will be organized directed to that end. Good health promoting food, good necessary rest... More
Answered By: pasquale garonfolo - 6/30/2011
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I try to not be so lazy, but iv'e gotten a messed up sleep schedule. I hope my non lazyness can undo itself when I fix. I try to be the best person I can.
Answered By: Dan Noname - 6/30/2011
 
well one way is to have alot of energy. maybe get alot of sleep, and eat stuff that will help and prevent laziness.
Answered By: Brandon Sport - 6/30/2011
 
The 5 hour energy shot. Works wonders!
Answered By: Valor D - 6/30/2011
 
getting plenty of rest and eating healthy foods.
Answered By: ? - 6/30/2011
 
Dang that's a really good question...I would really like to answer this question to the best of my ability but I'm just feeling really lazy right now. I just don't have the energy.
Answered By: King Pin - 6/30/2011
 
laziness is a lack of will and motivation, its like ur body controls your mid, you want to do something so badly but your body doesnt want to responed and do something about it....so definitally a lack of will,but if u really want to do somethin then im sure you would give it alot of hard work into it and when ur... More
Answered By: Tamra - 6/30/2011
 
I fight laziness Gandhi style
Answered By: Dareyel - 6/30/2011
 
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