Sometimes I want to get a snack, but I’m too lazy to get it, so I end up not eating a snack. Thank you, laziness.
Laziness doesn’t rhyme well with entrepreneurship. It doesn’t really fit the hustle and grind image. When you get down to business, nobody will do it for you. There won’t be any handouts. So laziness is bound to be a short-lived quality among entrepreneurs.
Or is it?
Laziness can be an excellent quality. Suppose you are reluctant to perform a (routine) task more than once. To make your life easier, you automate the task (partly). In that case, you’re already optimizing for growth.
What’s entrepreneurship if not a burning desire to constantly improve and optimize problems?
Laziness, if applied correctly, can be a great asset to entrepreneurs.