If you have been plagued with lazy disease or laziness. Who can rise up and defeat it?
What is the meaning of Lazy?
Lazy is the feel, not to do the work or job, and pending until don’t know when it is finished.
Laziness is a reluctance to do something, and putting it off without knowing when it will be completed.
– Job not ready
– Pay not earned
– Can not
To overcome the feeling of being lazy in video editing then do the following 6 things:
– Seeing the success of friends
– Look at the benefits
– Motivation from Outside
Remember, remember the hardships / sufferings of life. If it is not successful because the work is not finished. So Edit Only gradually and priority. Starting from the most difficult…
If you have been plagued with MALAS disease. Are you ready to get up AGAINST HIM?
What is the meaning of Lazy? Lazy is the feel, not to do the work or job, and pending until don’t know when it is finished. Laziness is a reluctance to do something, and putting it off without knowing when it will be completed.
Almost all of us periodically set goals or new challenges for ourselves – and often fail to achieve them in the end.
We ended up telling ourselves that we weren’t ready, that we were going to do it next week, next month… next year.
We might even be excited at first but end up in a stalemate
But once we’ve put in a little effort, we’ll tell ourselves that we’ve done enough, and it’s time to take the whole ‘starting new life’ thing slower.
Why does it always change like this?
The answer is pretty self-explanatory: Because we’re trying to achieve too much, too soon; because we are fed up with new responsibilities; because it’s hard to change old habits and try something new.
Kaizen, or the one minute principle
In Japanese culture there is the practice of Kaizen, which includes the idea of the ‘one minute principle’ for self-improvement.
At the heart of this method is the idea that one should practice doing something for one minute, every day at the same time.
Obviously, there should be no problem for anyone – even the laziest person – to perform a given task for such a short amount of time.
While you’ll often find excuses not to do something when faced with doing it for half an hour or an hour a day, you should be able to do it without worry for just 60 seconds.
Whether it’s doing press-ups or reading a book in a foreign language, in this case the task in front of you will not seem like something unpleasant that you have to go through, but will be an activity that brings you joy and satisfaction.
In taking one small step at a time, you will continue on the path of self-perfection and achieve extraordinary results.
It is important to overcome any lack of confidence you may have in your own abilities, as well as to free yourself from feelings of guilt and powerlessness.
You need to experience a sense of victory and success to progress.
When you are inspired by such feelings, you will gradually begin to increase the amount of time you spend doing the tasks you have set yourself.
Maybe at first it was just for five more minutes, but then this would quickly turn into half an hour, and even longer after that.
In this way, the one minute principle allows you to see the progress you are making right before your eyes.
Kaizen comes from Japan. The word itself contains two roots – ‘kai’ (change) and ‘zen’ (wisdom).
It was invented by Masaaki Imai, who believes that this philosophy can be applied successfully in the business world as well as in one’s personal life.
At first glance, this practice may seem dubious and ineffective to people raised in Western culture, with its emphasis on the idea that results can only be achieved by putting in a lot of effort.
But complex and challenging self-development programs that drain a person’s energy large amounts can easily tire him out, and leave no tangible results, whereas Kaizen is something that anyone can try in almost any area of their life.
In Japan, for example, it is often applied to improve management techniques.
All you have to do is understand what you want to achieve, and you’re good to go.
Tips for Overcoming Lazy in Video Editing are:
– Write the schedule on the big blackboard
– Gradual Edit.
– Give others to Edit, object to paying edit fees, do it yourself.
– Turn Off Social Media
– Gymnastics, Massage or Massage.
– Relax and rest enough, but not forever.
– Pray, so that God will banish the feeling of laziness, only the master who has the feeling can avoid the disturbance of laziness.