Action Steps To Conquer Laziness

by Brian

I went to the Gym today and saw something ugly.

It was the first time at Talisman in awhile. I needed to get my running in so I figured I’d check the track out.

At first, I was only going to do 5 laps. I was lucky enough to see the clock though and it told me that I was doing one lap per minute. I usually run 10 minutes, so after my 5 laps (5 mins) I decided I was going to stick to my norm and do a full 10 laps.

I ran around the track, passing  a few of the same people numerous times. There was one girl that stuck out to me. She was about 30 years old. Her eyes were bagged; her figure was lost in years. I looked at her and wondered “What separates her from me?”

As I continued my run, I realized it.

Her brain told her that it was “OK” to be lazy. She wasn’t panting by any means. Looking at her she wasn’t sweating buckets. She was just walking. I looked at her and could tell she was at the gym to lose weight. Why wasn’t she running? In my mind, I looked at her and saw a woman who had ALREADY made the commitment to come to the gym.

Laziness is a disease. Laziness corrupts our society. I remember fighting with myself to get to the gym. Once at the gym, I remember fighting with myself to get on the track and finish my 10 laps. Laziness is the biggest disease that infects our society. It manifests itself into every single person to a certain degree. The only way we separate ourselves from the rest of our average society is to consistently fight against laziness. Consistently take action.

What does it mean to take action?

Taking action can be the smallest thing; such as waking up on the first ring of your alarm clock, brushing your teeth every morning, making sure you’re properly fed before you leave your house.Taking action can also mean the bigger things; paying your bills on time instead of buying those shoes you REALLY wanted to get, ensuring your house is always clean and presentable, making sure you’re maintaining the level of fitness you see yourself at. It also breaks down to the most important things; such as approaching the women you find to be attractive… giving yourself the opportunity to attract them.

Taking action is the most important ingredient of life. Not taking action in general, though. Taking action in the right direction. Taking action is hard work. Taking action in the RIGHT DIRECTION is smart work. How does this apply to real life scenarios?
If you want a job, you decide to take action and submit resumes. Let’s say you want to be a plumber. You’re not going to submit resumes to the local McDonalds. Let’s say you want to lose weight. You’re not going to go to the gym only to avoid the treadmill. The best example of this truth; lets say you want to be attractive to YOUR IDEA of an ideal woman. You’re not going to approach women that you find unattractive. That wouldn’t make sense.

How does this tie into laziness?

Human beings are naturally lazy. Think about it. How many times have you passed a girl you’ve found attractive ONLY to make a backwards rationalization as to not approaching? “She’s probably waiting for her boyfriend,” “She looks like she’s busy.” FUCK THAT!

If you see a woman you want, approach her. If you want to get thinner, go to the gym AND GET ON THE TREADMILL. If you want to make more money, get a good job.  If you don’t know how to do ANY of these things, get in touch with us.

Laziness is the biggest disease known to mankind. It corrupts and spreads like wildfire if it is not consistently fought. Laziness leads to an average life. In my opinion, I see too many people living day to day life taking it for granted. Watching their TV’s, playing their video games; smoking their weed to avoid working towards doing the things they REALLY love. Laziness is a pandemic. It’s so easy to sit at home, wishing for more. It’s easy to get high wishing you were doing what you’ve always wanted to do. It’s easy to settle for a job that “pays your bills.” It’s easy to go to the gym and walk around the track.

Make your choice. Do you want to be average, or do you want to be the person striving for success? Do you want to be the person watching TV with their spare time, or working towards what they WANT to do with their lives with their time they’re not spending hustling? In the end it’s your choice. You control your own destiny. If you’re comfortable with an AVERAGE lifestyle, that’s fine. This website isn’t for you. This website is for people who want to make a positive change in their own world. This website is for people who want to grow continually in every area of their life. This website is for people who want to learn how to lose weight. It is for people who want to learn how to get jobs that they LOVE. This website is for men who want to learn to attract the woman of their dreams.

Laziness is a fight. Learn to break free of your negative rituals that hold you back, only to embrace positive, uplifting habits.

CALL TO ACTION?!

What are your goals? That’s a tough one for some of you to read. Without goals YOU HAVE NO DESTINATION. I contrast it to walking through a forest without a compass, trying to find a city. I think, deep down, we all want to be successful. In order to be successful, you need to figure out what it is you want to be successful AT. In order to attract your idea of an ideal woman, first you must find out WHAT your idea of an ideal woman is. What are your goals? Figure them the fuck out! Then send me a message on how to take steps to making those goals achievable. I’ll give you “action steps,” so you can begin to make them happen for yourself TODAY.

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About Brian
Brian is a firm believer in living in the present. Brian lives his life by the philosophy “Act for the future, not because of the past.” He is a passionate writer, a sober socialite and aspires to be a positive influence to everyone he interacts with. Read more about Brian here.

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