Let’s face it. There are some times we just, well, lazy.



Not wanting to work.

Just wanted to sit on our ass and do nothing.

So what do we do when we feel lazy? How do we overcome laziness?

It’s real simple.

Accept it when it happens.

Enjoy it. Call it a lazycation, literally.

Be okay with it.

When I feel lazy and don’t feel like working, I just let myself be lazy, and I sit on my skinny little ass, I kick back, and I just do whatever I’m doing.

Cruise the Internet, watch TV, read a book, whatever it might be.

If I feel unstimulated and unmotivated with my business and I just don’t feel like dealing with anybody, I’ll shut my phone off and I’ll ignore people.

Why? I deserve it.

I can’t go 100 miles an hour 24/7.

It’s not physically possible, it’s not mentally possible, and it’s not emotionally possible.

What am I racing to, anyway?

Most of the time I’m pretty damn productive.

So, I figure 365 days a year, if I’ve got 30 days where I want to sit on my skinny ass and do nothing because I’m not motivated, what’s the harm?

What if it’s even 60 days?

As long as my productive days outnumber my lazy days, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with it.

It’s called being a human.

It’s called having a human experience.

It’s called being a person.

So if you feel lazy, that’s okay.

Let’s say, for instance, you’re working out.

You got through a lazy week of working out.

You just have lazy workouts.

As long as your body doesn’t go backwards, then there’s nothing wrong with it at all.

As long as you can pick up where you left off, that’s all that matters.

You don’t lose your skills because you checked out for a few days.

You only use your skills when you check out for two, three, four weeks straight.

That’s the form of laziness that I never let happen.

If I’m lazy today, maybe it’s two, maybe it’s three days, and then I’m back into the groove again.

That’s how you remain maximum in your productivity, and that’s how you consistently strive to be better than ever.