You can’t teach people to be lazy—either they have it, or they don’t. So what is laziness anyway? Is it about being slow to do something; what we typically call procrastination? Is it doing something slowly? Or not doing it at all? Or, finally, is it about not sufficiently wanting to do something? If this last alternative is true, when we label someone lazy are we really talking about that person’s being indolent, sluggish, or slothful?