In Defense of Laziness

Recently, I came across an interesting discussion on social media, pre-empted by this tweet from @damselndadugout: “Every single athlete on the planet says they work hard. Are there no lazy athletes out there? Or are some of them poor self-evaluators . . . ?”


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