SHINWON Agency | LAZINESS IS A HABIT - Stop Being Lazy and Find an Active Life Again
Where do you think the "lazy" came from? Many people think that the laziness is a problem of personal willpower. However, this is WRONG. The author argues that it comes from the emotional problem. He says that people who have a habitual laziness mostly have emotional problems like anger, loneliness and anger. For example, a person who has a high anxiety cannot focus on one thing and has miscellaneous thoughts. It ended up miss out the important stuff.
Nonfiction, Self-help, LAZINESS, HABIT, Lazy, Active Life, Choi Myung-Gi, Psychology
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LAZINESS IS A HABIT

Stop Being Lazy and Find an Active Life Again

 

Where do you think the “lazy” came from?

 

Many people think that the laziness is a problem of personal willpower. However, this is WRONG. The author argues that it comes from the emotional problem.

 

He says that people who have a habitual laziness mostly have emotional problems like anger, loneliness and anger. For example, a person who has a high anxiety cannot focus on one thing and has miscellaneous thoughts. It ended up miss out the important stuff.

 

Also, if a person who is embedded with anger, this will affects the relationship in social life and postpones what the person has to do.

 

This book introduces 9 emotional problems and suggests ways to get over with them. This will be the first step to get out from your laziness.

 

 

Author


Choi, Myung-Gi
has been graduated medical school from JoongAng University and work as Psychiatric in Seoul Asan Hospital. He studied Health Sector Management and got MBA from Duke University. He is also on the TV Shows like MBC, SBNS, JTBC, MBC to give a medical advice. He also has been wrote several books.

 

Author

Choi Myung-Gi

Length

264 Pages

Size

215*145 mm

Date

January 05, 2017

Category
Nonfiction
Tags
Active Life, Choi Myung-Gi, HABIT, LAZINESS, Lazy, Nonfiction, Psychology, Self-help