Are you one who is always ready to take a short cut?
Do you sometimes struggle to get out of bed and start your day?
Has your motivation gone with the wind?
If so, you're not alone. Most people struggle with laziness from time to time, making it difficult to find the energy and desire to work on goals, begin new habits, or even just handle day-to-day tasks.
But if laziness has become your norm rather than an occasional exception, you need to take action. Laziness can lead to low self-esteem and even depression.
Says Sam Veda, "Laziness erodes a person of his enthusiasm and energy. As a result the person loses all opportunities and finally becomes dejected and frustrated. The worst thing is that he stops believing in himself."
The first step toward breaking out of the lazy state of mind is to acknowledge that you're stuck in it. Awareness gives you a small burst of motivation to break the laziness habit and change your behaviors. The next question is how?