How to get rid of laziness

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Drunkie

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Do anyone of you have any good tips'n triks to keep up and going. Like I can't name a thing that I've done in past three weeks, because I feel so lazy and too tired to even start anything. When I'm about to start to do something I feel that I'm full of energy and get it done. But when I actually start doing it, I almost instantly stop and hit my head on the table thinking that I never get this done(not literally hitting my head to the table but not very far from it). I'm even too lazy to start playing any games. So does anyone have any sort of solution for me that I could try.
 

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Step 1: Insert batteries into device.
Step 2: If batteries are not needed insert food.
Step 3: Reboot device by means of shut down every night for 8 hours
Step 4: Install new application on device for example hobby.
Step 5: Keep your device virus free and prevent any malicious software from infecting the device.
Step 6: Upgrade device peripherals.

This is a technical forum drunkie
 

Drunkie

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I think that is best answer I've ever seen! xD I'll do that!

 

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Good question, good solutions......Not easy to follow:pfff:
 

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Go get a job. This is not a snarky answer- having gainful employment that requires a person to have a schedule and responsibilities to others to do certain tasks at certain times is very beneficial in these kinds of cases. That would be just the impetus to actually get you to get up and do things, which would make you feel a lot better. It also leaves you with less time to do things you want to do, which makes you prioritize your time a lot better and you will generally get more done as a result. Having all of the time in the world is generally a great prescription to actually get nothing done and then feel like a slug afterwards because of it.

Also, if your username is not just a joke, giving up drinking will also help a lot. Nobody wants to do much when they're either lit up or hung over.
 

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Before a week ago I never thought planning was for me, until I tried it after reading the information above. Currently I wake at 4.45 and sleep around 21.45, everyday.

This is my whole week routine. Like MU_Engineer said, have a job requires you to think what you're going to do with spare time. Once you get the hang of being productive, you won't need a job any more.


MONDAY

04:45 AM - Free time, Internet (15 min): Wake UP. Drink. Quora.
05:00 AM - Run (30 min): R U N !
05:30 AM - Eating (10 min)
05:40 AM - Free time, Internet (20 min)
06:00 AM - Studying (4 h 5 m): Khan Academy
10:05 AM - Commuting (15 min)
10:20 AM - Training (1 h)
11:20 AM - Commuting (15 min)
11:35 AM - Free time (1 h 10 m)
12:45 PM - Commuting (15 min)
01:00 PM - Work (4 h)
05:00 PM - Reading (1 h)
06:00 PM - Work (2 h 45 m)
08:45 PM - Commuting (15 min)
09:00 PM - Free, Internet, Reading (45 min)
09:45 PM - Sleep (7 h)

TUESDAY

04:45 AM - Free time (15 min): Wake UP. Drink. Quora.
05:00 AM - Run (30 min): R U N !
05:30 AM - Eating (10 min)
05:40 AM - Free time, Internet (20 min)
06:00 AM - Studying (4 h 5 m): Khan Academy
10:05 AM - Commuting (15 min)
10:20 AM - Training (1 h)
11:20 AM - Commuting (15 min)
11:35 AM - Free (1 h 25 m)
01:00 PM - Studying (5 h 15 m)
06:15 PM - Free (2 h 45 m): Stop studying
09:00 PM - Reading (45 min)
09:45 PM - Sleep (7 h)

WEDNESDAY

04:45 AM - Free time, Internet (15 min): Wake UP. Drink. Quora.
05:00 AM - Run (30 min): R U N !
05:30 AM - Eating (10 min)
05:40 AM - Free time, Internet (20 min)
06:00 AM - Studying (4 h 5 m): Khan Academy
10:05 AM - Commuting (15 min)
10:20 AM - Training (1 h)
11:20 AM - Commuting (15 min)
11:35 AM - Free time (1 h 10 m)
12:45 PM - Commuting (15 min)
01:00 PM - Work (4 h)
05:00 PM - Reading (1 h)
06:00 PM - Work (2 h 45 m)
08:45 PM - Commuting, Eating (15 min)
09:00 PM - Free, Internet, Reading (45 min)
09:45 PM - Sleep (7 h)

THURSDAY

04:45 AM - Free time, Internet (15 min): Wake UP. Drink. Quora.
05:00 AM - Run (30 min): R U N !
05:30 AM - Eating (10 min)
05:40 AM - Free time, Internet (20 min)
06:00 AM - Studying (4 h 5 m): Khan Academy
10:05 AM - Commuting (15 min)
10:20 AM - Training (1 h)
11:20 AM - Commuting (15 min)
11:35 AM - Free time (1 h 10 m)
12:45 PM - Commuting (15 min)
01:00 PM - Work (4 h)
05:00 PM - Reading (1 h)
06:00 PM - Work (2 h 45 m)
08:45 PM - Commuting, Eating (15 min)
09:00 PM - Free, Internet, Reading (45 min)
09:45 PM - Sleep (7 h)

FRIDAY

04:45 AM - Free time, Internet (15 min): Wake UP. Drink. Quora.
05:00 AM - Run (30 min): R U N !
05:30 AM - Eating (10 min)
05:40 AM - Free time, Internet (20 min)
06:00 AM - Studying (4 h 5 m): Khan Academy
10:05 AM - Commuting (15 min)
10:20 AM - Training (1 h)
11:20 AM - Commuting (15 min)
11:35 AM - Free time (1 h 10 m)
12:45 PM - Commuting (15 min)
01:00 PM - Work (4 h)
05:00 PM - Reading (1 h)
06:00 PM - Work (2 h 45 m)
08:45 PM - Commuting, Eating (15 min)
09:00 PM - Free, Internet, Reading (45 min)
09:45 PM - Sleep (7 h)

SATURDAY

04:45 AM - Free time (15 min): Wake up. Drink. Quora.
05:00 AM - Run (30 min): R U N !
05:30 AM - Eating (10 min)
05:40 AM - Free time, Internet (20 min)
06:00 AM - Studying (1 h 55 m): Khan Academy
07:55 AM - Free time (50 min): Stop studying
08:45 AM - Commuting (15 min)
09:00 AM - Work (3 h)
12:00 PM - Commuting, Eating, Internet (30 min)
12:30 PM - Studying (55 min): C++
01:25 PM - Free time, Internet (20 min): Stop studying
01:45 PM - Commuting (15 min)
02:00 PM - Work (3 h 15 m)
05:15 PM - Commuting (15 min)
05:30 PM - Eating, Internet (15 min)
05:45 PM - Studying (1 h 55 m): Khan Academy
07:40 PM - Training (20 min): Pull UP! Push UP!
08:00 PM - Free (1 h): No studying
09:00 PM - Reading (45 min)
09:45 PM - Sleep (7 h)

SUNDAY

04:45 AM - Free time (15 min): Wake up. Drink. Quora.
05:00 AM - Training (15 min): Push & Pull
05:15 AM - Eating (10 min): Havermout + Quora. Everything the body needs.
05:25 AM - Free time (35 min)
06:00 AM - Studying (55 min): C++
06:55 AM - Free time (50 min): Stop studying
07:45 AM - Commuting (15 min)
08:00 AM - Work (4 h 30 m)
12:30 PM - Commuting (15 min)
12:45 PM - Training (1 h): Powertraining
01:45 PM - Commuting (15 min)
02:00 PM - Eating, Internet (15 min)
02:15 PM - Studying (4 h 5 m)
06:20 PM - Free, Training, Internet (2 h 40 m): Stop studying
09:00 PM - Reading (45 min)
09:45 PM - Sleep (7 h)

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Motivation. Dont say to your self I will start tomorrow, start right now. Dont push something off because its cold or hot because than you will never start.
 

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You can try these tricks
Break down a task into smaller tasks
Rest, sleep and exercise
Motivation
Think about benefits
Doing one thing at a time
Regards a task as an exercise
Learn from successful people
 
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