What Makes People Lazy

 

What Makes People Lazy

What Makes People Lazy
We’re not getting lazier, we’re getting smarter!

From the average guy to the average business restaurant or household, people get lazier because the brain likes less work.

The body gets use to working less and idea or notion that no one dies immediately for being lazy keeps people at it. Ultimately, things work (for a while) even in people are super laziness.

Restaurants salt your food or sugar it up unhealthily and business shove lazy promotional marketing down your throat all because most people are lazy and in like manner so are those types of restaurant and business owners.

And because most people been desensitized to these lazy methods, these lazy method providers have to add more salt, more sugar, more lousy marketing, and more lousy customer service until there is a rebellion (also known as a transformation).

What is the solution to this problem?

If you’re awake mentally and spiritually as the restaurant owner, business owner, husband, wife, child, teacher, or whatever you are; make an earnest effort to avoid the shortcut. Take the long route, don’t bend the corners, and for the Creator’s sake surround yourself with people who insist on taking the long route too.What Makes People Lazy

What Makes People LazyThis is a long term view of life playing amidst a bunch of people who are only looking forward to eating today! Just want to thank Seth Godin for the shortcut today 🙂

Of course if you need help with this, feel free to contact us!

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Take the First Swing

 

Put yourself in the other person’s shoes.

Before the customer asks for a refund…  offer more help or a solution…

Before a team member asks for help… offer to help them. In other words… take the first swing by offering to help people and offering to more than you’d be given in return. Guess what? The Creator will compensate you what is left after.

Offer to help … volunteer your service!

Imagine what the other person needs, this is an exercise in empathy that if done repeatedly, it might just become a habit.