In a nutshell, kap lifestyle is to eat healthy, move as little as you can while you absolutely have to, and live as much as you can while you absolutely have to. The whole idea is to eat healthily, but not so much that you are spending too much time doing it.
The goal of kap lifestyle is to be less lazy and less productive than you actually are. I don’t know if kap lifestyle really is that hard, but I do know that by the time you get to the point where you are not actively doing it, you will have taken up the slack and started worrying about it. Because I am not a “person” for kap lifestyle, I do not have to worry about it.
Kap lifestyle is based on the idea that to be happy you should really do what you want. You should not be doing things that are a waste of time. If you want something to be a big waste of time, then do it. If you want something to be a big waste of time, then do it. If you want something to be a big waste of time, then do it and then worry about it later. You will eventually find your own way to be productive.
The best way to show this is by example: If you have a new job you do not like, you do not just leave. You set goals for yourself, and if your goals are not met you take it out on your colleagues. You do not just take the last bit of your lunch money. You do not just take the last bit of your paycheck. You do not just take your shoes off, even if you are not wearing them.
Being a kap is not just about doing things you hate. It’s about constantly looking for new ways to do things that you do like. In fact, it’s usually not even about what you hate, but what you love.
Not only does this phrase make me want to buy kap, it also makes me want to blog about it. It’s basically the philosophy that if you aren’t a part of the system, you’re going to fall flat on your face. That is, if you’re not part of the corporate world, then you’re going to be forced to work harder, think harder, and accomplish less.
You know what? I’ve been hearing this a lot lately. I think its a pretty good philosophy, but I think it’s mostly just a bunch of BS. It’s not a system that actually exists, so to me it’s just another way to say, “I hate everything.” That’s not the case at all. In reality, everything is a system because everything is a person.
What do I mean? I mean its not that youre not going to be able to do what you love, but its that you are not going to be able to do it as often as you like, and its because the majority of things are built on systems. People can be happy if they work hard enough and if they can make more money than they need to. If they can get more happiness than they need to, then they can be happy.
The truth is that with the advent of automation it really won’t matter whether you’re a hard worker or not. Instead, you will be able to do everything you want to do more often and more cheaply. With robots, you will be able to get more things done in less time, and be a lot less miserable.
The truth is that a lot of things that are built on systems are not built to last. For example, if you are going to build a car, you will want a reliable engine. If you are going to build a house, you will want to have all the amenities you can afford, and if you are going to build a business, you will want to be able to produce good products.