By now you’ve probably heard about the study which shows that being lazy is more socially acceptable than having a great job.
You know what’s really nice about this study is that it tells you to stop thinking that being “lazy” means you don’t care about the world.
There are lots of studies showing that laziness is socially acceptable and has a positive effect on people’s wellbeing, which is why the US government and others are so keen to encourage it.
You might be wondering why I’m not being lazy for my job.
That’s a good question, because the answer is that you can’t be lazy for your job, you have to be lazy about it.
The study found that lazier people felt more motivated to work than their more motivated peers, and were less likely to be dissatisfied with their job.
The results are pretty consistent across all the studies in the series.
You can find out how to be lazier for your career by following these simple tips.
You’ll be less likely be judged for being “stuck” or “overworked” and be able to make more money.
Plus, you’ll have more fun.
The bottom line: you can be lazy all you want, but you’re never too lazy for a job.
There’s a lot more to being a lazy person than just getting the job done.
So how can you get into the habit of being lazy?
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Read more about laziness in my latest post: 10 Reasons You Should Stop Feeling Guilty for Being Lazy.