These are are names of “lazy” college drop outs. Autodidacts. They learned what they wanted to learn, not what their professors made them learn.
Now I know what you may be thinking. But N8, these guys actually worked hard to start their own business/career. They didn’t just drop out and do nothing.
Actually, they did.
Here’s the thing: they didn’t work hard at all. None of these successful people worked hard. They were lazy through and through, at its core. It’s because of their laziness that most successful people made it to where they are today.
That’s right. Your whole life you’ve been taught everything wrong. You’ve been lied to.You’ve been taught to work hard.
But, my fellow procrastinators, I’m here to tell you the truth.
You see, laziness is the “feeling" of not working, it’s not actually avoiding work entirely. So all these successful people give the “illusion” of working hard.
If you can achieve feeling of doing nothing, then you’ve achieved laziness and when you achieve laziness, you achieve success.
Don’t let anyone convince you otherwise.
They tell you to “work”. And work hard.
Let’s look at this. What is work?
Well it’s the opposite of being lazy, the opposite of procrastinating.
It’s the feeling of doing “something”, something which drains your resources: financially, emotionally, and time-wise. it’s doing what you OUGHT to do, rather than what you WANT to do.
If you’re doing nothing, or rather have the feeling of doing nothing, that is to say, if what you’re doing doesn’t seem like work, suddenly it doesn’t seem like you’re sacrificing any of those precious resources.Suddenly, you gain a sense of freedom.
Freedom. Yes, because you’re either working as a SLAVE or relaxing as a PROCRASTINATOR.
Choose which role you want to play.
If you’re working hard, it’s because someone else doesn’t have to.
Don’t do hard work. Do easy procrastinating.
I did just do that. I did just use the word Slave. Let’s look at the literal definition of Slave:
(noun) a person who is legal property of another and is forced to obey them
(verb) work excessively hard
If you’re in a situation where you have a boss or supervisor, guess what? You are forced to obey them. You have to follow certain rules, regulations, and protocols that you may or may not agree with. You MUST follow certain procedures to complete certain tasks and you MUST do each task in the order your boss finds most convenient.
And while they may not actually own you, in the sense that they’re putting you in shackles, locking you in a cage and feeding you porridge once a day, they do basically own your ability to support yourself.
If you have a day job, chances are, you rely on that job to feed mouths and pay bills.
Essentially, you rely on your boss like he’s your slave owner. The only difference between a slave/master relationship and the relationship between you and your boss is that you have “your own” place. S/he still determines your ability to survive though, so it’s not much different.
In the second definition of slave, as a verb, it is the act of working“excessively" hard. Excessively.You’re actually working a lot harder than you have to, or like I said earlier, you feel like you’re working harder than you should be feeling.
With the Lazy mindset, you’re going to free yourself from the slavery.
When it comes to online money making, some people may consider clicking ads, maintaining phones, and browsing websites “work” and would prefer a “real job” over doing such tedious tasks.
To me, it feels like I’m doing nothing. To you, that may or may not be the case.
I believe for most people will feel the same - the methods I use to make money is like basically doing nothing. I will provide the stepping stones toward becoming a successful person, a true procrastinator.
While the specific methods I will cover can help you achieve that, more important than the tangible tips on online money making (go to this website, download this app, etc) is developing the Lazy mindset.