Why is it so hard to get working?

Is it really that hard to get your butt off the ground and start working towards your goal?

Seems like nowadays when I talked to my friends, most of them would generally lament about the costs of living, their pay, their career directions and a general lack of opportunities for them to break free from the mundane life they are living.

While they acknowledged the need to work towards their goal, however many can't seem to be able to put plans into action. I'm not sure if this is a trait common among people of my generation and younger, but from my own personal observation and that of my mentor, it seemed to be the case.

Recently, I met up with a good buddy of mine. We talked about many things, and he asked for advice on how to overcome his procrastination and the inability to work hard for things he desired. He understood the need to work hard but just can't seem to bring himself to do it.

We chatted for a few hours and I really hoped that he understands that no one can help him except himself. While opportunities are easily available to him, he really need to start changing his attitude and mentality. Otherwise, opportunities just like time will not wait for him.

P.S Hi Bro, if you are reading this, please do yourself a favor and start changing today, immediately, not tomorrow or next week. It will never come if you keep delaying and thinking that I will change later.

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2 comments on “Why is it so hard to get working?”

  1. That's why it's important to find something that we are passionate about and create a career out of it, though many are unable to do so.

    If one is unable to change job or work due to obvious reasons, then one must change his or her attitude towards the job, think of the little things that you can achieve in your job and work towards these little goals or objectives.

    But the best way is still to change your job! 🙂

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