7 Eastern Ways To Overcome Laziness

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7 Eastern Ways To Overcome Laziness


Are you tired of starting your to-do list and you'reparalyzed by the twin villains of procrastination and laziness? Trust me, you are not alone. Today, we'regoing to be peeling back the layers of these universal struggles and will introduce you to philosophies andtechniques to overcome regret and self-blame, poor performance, stagnation, your personal growth, and adecreased productivity. Welcome back to the Quick Brain Podcast. I am your hostand your brain coach Jim Quick. Today we're diving into Japanese Zen Secrets, as we explore seven gentle yetpowerful techniques that have the potential to transform the way you approach productivity and life. Eachtechnique carries with it a unique philosophy, a cultural way of life. The wisdom that has stood the testof time. First up is the concept of Kaizen, which stands for small improvements and how they have a big impact.Remember, little by little, a little becomes a whole.

Lot. Imagine a life where progress isn't measured inleaps and bounds, but in tiny, consistent steps. Kaizen at its core encourages us to focus on small improvementsevery day. It's becoming 1% just 1% better each day rather than aiming for perfection right from the start.Remember, 1% compounded over the course of a year, 1.01 times 1.01 times 365 times equals a 37 multiple. Your 37times better just improving 1% at anything over the course of one year. By setting small achievable goalsand embracing small gains and celebrating those, we paved the way for lasting success and we train ourselvesin becoming more productive. Number 2. The next technique is something we have already discussed beforeon our podcast. It's called Shinrin Yoku, Shinrin Yoku. Otherwise known as Nature's Healing Touch. Doesn't soundreally great. The Japanese words Shinrin means forest. Yoku means bath. And they come together to create anexperience where we spend time outdoors surrounded by.

The healing embrace of nature. It's not just a walk inthe woods. It's a profound connection with the environment that can rejuvenate the mind, body, andspirit by reducing our stress and anxiety levels. And who doesn't want more of that? Number 3. Moving forward,we will explore the familiar term Ikigai, also known as the Japanese way of discovering your reason for being.That sounds pretty profound, but this concept holds the key to our reason for being. Ikigai is the driving force that gets us out of bed each morning. Thefour rules of Ikigai provide a roadmap. Do what you love, do what you're good at, do what the world needs,and do what you could be paid for. Passion is the intersection of what you love and what you are good at.Mission is the intersection of what you love and what the world needs. Profession is the intersection of whatyou are good at and what you can be paid for. Vocation.

Is the intersection of what you could be paid for andwhat the world needs. Bringing these four points together will help you discover your Ikigai and set youon your personal growth and discovery journey. You You You You You You You The fourth technique is Wabisabi. Wabisabi known asfinding beauty and imperfections The philosophy of Wabi Sabi is where imperfection is celebrated. Instead ofchasing perfection, Wabi Sabi encourages us to find beauty in the flawed and imperfect aspects of life. It'sthe cracked ceramic filled with gold, symbolizing the magnificence found in life's imperfections. In practice,you don't need to wait for the perfect timing, just start. Many of us hold ourselves back because of wherewe came from and then obstacles we have already faced.

And will likely face in the future. When in reality,it's our imperfections that will make you stand out and it will fuel your brilliance. The fifth technique isShoshin. Shoshin, meaning embracing the beginner's mindset. Remember, your mind is like a parachute, itonly works when it's open. Shoshin is a concept rooted in Zen Buddhism, calls to the approach that life with abeginner's mindset. In the words of Shun Rin Suzuki, in the beginner's mind, there are many possibilities, butin the expert's mind, there are few. It's about keeping our minds open, empty and very receptive to the endlesspossibilities that surround us so that creativity can flow. Being a continuous student and allowing yourselfto learn with an open mind will set you ahead of the crowd. Second to last is the practical wisdom ofHarahatchibu, teaching us to stop eating when we're 80% full. By avoiding the excesses of indulgence, we aim forsatisfaction without the lethargy that comes from over.

-consumption. It's a mindful approach to nourishing ourbodies and our brains and avoiding the pitfalls of feeling lazy or sluggish. The quick brain communityalready knows that maintaining a good diet is a huge factor when it comes to our physical and our mentalhealth. The seventh and final technique is Ganbaru, the spirit of doing your best. This is a concept urging usto do our best and persevere through tough times. It's about patience, tenacity and a commitment to excellence.In the face of challenges, Ganbaru empowers us to keep going, unlocking our full potential with unwaveringperseverance. Consistency is the key to achieving your goals. Our journey today has been a reminder in thepursuit of a fulfilling life. It's often the small, intentional steps that lead to the most profoundtransformations. I challenge you, embrace the wisdom that resonates with you and let it be your compass asyou navigate the complexities of life. I want to thank.

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