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  1. Here the answer is 1-just start doing it. In your head, you need to realize that nothing happens by itself. Only an action generates a result.
    Laziness can be used to solve problems. Lazy people are faster at completing tasks.

  2. First of all, you need to deceive your laziness. It's very simple to do this: you just need to break your final goal into several small ones. Laziness and unwillingness to do something occurs as a defense mechanism when you think that the goal is unattainable, and you can simply do nothing.

    Let's take a simple example: a mid-level manager wants to become a director, and this is his goal. The goal, in this case, is in the long run. In this case, the laziness mechanism is activated. In order to achieve this goal, the manager must draw up a detailed scheme of how and what he needs to do to get the director's chair. For example, if they work harder and finish their annual reports earlier, they may receive a bonus and a commendation from their superiors. After a few commendations, his superiors will keep him in mind, and soon appoint him as a senior manager, and so on through the ranks. In other words, you need to visualize your goal, make it accessible and understandable, so that every step in achieving it is clear.�

    And, of course, no one canceled the motivational materials. Each person has their own motivating factors. I can advise you to think more often about the profits that are promised to you when you reach your goal. And everything will work out.

    Good luck!

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