Setting up a time table and following a punctual schedule will help you stay motivated and inspired. Focus on ‘One Punch At a Time’, meaning that you need to focus on the only thing that you are going to do today and avoid being bothered about the activities of tomorrow.


Having a good amount of sleep is very important for health and is a crucial factor regarding the science of laziness. Lack of proper hours of good sleep can make a person lazy and drowsy and decrease his productivity to do things actively. So always get at least 8 hours of sleep and make sure you do it punctually.


Being involved in numerous things a is great way to overcome laziness. Initiate yourself and go out. Involve in various activities that you find so interesting and participate in them whole-heartedly. This can be playing outdoor games or hanging out with you friends or attending some community services. Whatever it is, keep yourself busy and occupied.


This is also very important and almost 80% of the people fall under this pit. Don’t delay things and promise to do it later. Just do it today itself and get it done by that day. Procrastinating only delays your work and the probability of you becoming lazier will only increase.

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12 replies

  1. very important points all four. Hard to follow but once followed hard to quit πŸ™‚

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  2. Procrastination is something I’ve been working on and getting better at. I used to put things off until the last minute, but when I feel like that, I just think about how if I go ahead and get it over with then I can just relax the rest of the time and don’t need to think about it anymore.

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    • Yeah, you are right and doing thing earlier is just the best way to stay ahead and relaxed 😊. Thanks for the read and have a great day ahead !!


  3. Such a meaningful post. You didn’t simply write for the sake of it, these are well thought out points.

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