Laziness is nothing but a habit of resting before you get tired. Do not take laziness as an excuse for not reaching your goals. Never let your guard down.


In any given moment, our attention is either focused or unfocused. Focus gets all the attention — it’s what lets us get work done, have meaningful conversations and move our lives forward. But as it turns out, research shows that unfocusing is just as powerful, albeit in different ways. While focusing makes us more productive, unfocusing makes us more creative.


There’s a reason why your brain chose this moment to connect these swirling ideas. When our attention is at rest — like during bouts of idleness or laziness — our mind wanders to fascinating places. One study, which periodically sampled people’s thoughts while their minds were wandering, confirmed this. The places our mind wanders to include the future (48% of the time), the present (28%) and the past (12% of the time). For the time that remains, our mind is typically dull or blank. The exact percentages don’t matter much — instead, it’s worth highlighting that this wandering isn’t as unproductive as we may think.


Lazy people would rather take the task they are assigned and get it done, get it done quickly, and get it done right, so they don’t have to spend any more time on it than absolutely necessary.They make really good leaders. You put a lazy person in charge of a group of people for a project, they know how to delegate people to certain tasks based on their skills so the job can be done quickly and efficiently.


Lazy people must be clever in order to be efficient. In the workplace, they be two of four things: lazy or diligent, clever or stupid. CLEVER and LAZY means they have a tendency to be the most efficient. This just means they can get more done while doing less work.


Some people are “lazy” because they understand their situation as being so hopeless that they cannot even begin to think it through, let alone do something about it. As these people are unable to address their circumstances, it could be argued that they are not truly lazy—which, at least to some extent, can be said of all “lazy” people. The very concept of laziness presupposes the ability to choose not to be lazy, that is, presupposes the existence of a free will. Its truly said that:-

Lazy people are always anxious to be doing something