So you know that on Mondays (with the exception of last week), we revisit old short articles included in the Memkoh Newsletter. This one was from Volume 8. We are on Volume 17. Sign up here.
As I worked on Volume 5 of The Memkoh Newsletter, this plopped into my mind. Confused and short of a personal experience to back this up with, I ran to Google. Nothing! So I scrapped that and came up with “Oil your brakes” (for Volume 5).
Last week, something happened and having emerged from it, I can confirm that truly, laziness pays. But I’m not giving you the answers. Rationalize this and send me an email.
Does laziness pay? How? Why? Why not?
I need 3 responses that will be included in our next newsletter. Email your rationale to firstname.lastname@example.org.
…take this in your hands.
Quotes to fuel your brainstorming session:
“Progress isn’t made by early risers. It’s made by lazy men trying to find easier ways to do something.”
― Robert A. Heinlein
“I don’t think necessity is the mother of invention. Invention . . . arises directly from idleness, possibly also from laziness. To save oneself trouble.”
― Agatha Christie, An Autobiography
Update: I am still looking for explanations for this title. Laziness is a vice, quite alright, but are there instances where being lazy pays or saves us from something? I’d like to heard from you in the comments or via email (email@example.com)