Fat and Lazy

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  • Casey has this "not give a shit" way about him even when he's just grabbing stuff to make props. (Throws the stuff of the table with his DSLR and just pushes it out of the way). Absolutely love it man!

    • ***** When you know how much abuse a DSLR can actually survive (see DigitalRev TV), tossing them around becomes no big deal. With success, the time vs money equation also shifts in a big way. I like that Casey talked about how success can make you lazy in a previous video. Time = Money^(success)

    • Actually I don't like this attitude at all. It does not matter how much money you make or how successful you are. Putting the camera aside rather than just pushing it makes sense. I did just watch a peanut butter solution for a broken lens cap. Didn't that take some extra time that could have gone to work/family etc. ? How about buying all this new canon camera that broke? Based on the story he was telling about the financial situation while growing up, this whole behavior seems odd for me. Yes, not giving a damn seems cool, but it is not always the case.

    • Yigal Barkan I think it's more a matter of perceived zero-F's-giving rather than actual carelessness. He's got a floppy relaxed presentation style. He might bump a DSLR with a box (no big deal + added entertainment value), but you probably won't see him nonchalantly dropkicking one into the ocean because 'dolla dolla bills yo'.

    • MotoErgoSum guess you didn't see his instagram picture of the smashed GoPro XD

    • gina ebbasta To be fair, he's such a big CS-tv star, he probably has GoPro giving away their cameras to him for product plugs. Only thing I saw was him losing and finding his GoPro at the beach. If an action camera dies, why not destroy it for fun? If it's out of warranty it's too light to be a paperweight.

  • Her: “hey babe, I’m bored 😉” Casey: “free time is the enemy of progress, you should be working harder”

    • Wouldn't that be considered 'family time'

    • Exactly. It's all females who send nude selfies to him to saying bored. But he changes it doesn't he. To make it sound like big fat builders that are bored send him snaps.

    • @@j0ltij562 Did you say "family?"

  • Casey: "Free time is the enemy of progress"-- meanwhile Im here watching Casey's videos and procrastinating on my English homework XD

  • It's amazing seeing a video like this in 2021 after watching Casey's current interviews on how this level of hustle both built him the best life he could imagine, and also almost ruined his marriage, prevented him from being present with his daughters, and completely killed his social life. Seeing him retire in his mid 30s worth millions to focus on the fam I'd say the end justified the means, but this was a sprint pace, not a marathon.

    • He does make it seem like he had it together though in this and really throughout the vlog you never really doubted that he was struggling. The dude made it look effortless. I appreciate his honesty now and he’s made many videos on the ‘price’ of the hustle/ being a CS-tvr. In retrospect the vlog set him for life, so I totally agree it was worth the sacrifice. The vlog will continue to gain a new audience. It’s the absolute definition of passive income.

    • I don't keep up to date with casey, I watch his videos every now and then, what happened with his marriage and family? Candice not satisfied he was spending enough time with them?

    • Very well said. "

    • "this was a sprint pace, not a marathon" well put. I agree, it's been interesting to contrast 2015 Casey vs. 2020+ Casey. It's sometimes necessary to sprint, but you can't do it forever. It's just critical you find whatever your version of "balance" which is going to be different for everyone

    • Was just about to comment something similar. Essentially it did work but it was a gamble and it's so tiresome that some people seem to think it's a permanent lifestyle choice. Even putting aside how you slow down with age, this level of intensity can't be sustained for more than a few years. Also, interesting watching this straight after another vid from 2018 where he talks about his schedule and even then the work hours have dropped considerably, he no longer works late at night and the fitness hours are down to like one a day. He's still operating on like six hours sleep but that's a huge change from four hours.

  • "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it."

  • It’s been almost 5 years since you uploaded this video (and that I watched it) and without me knowing, it totally changed me. I stumbled upon this video today and remembered 15 year old me watching this without knowing it would change me so much. I’m so grateful for the videos you’ve shared and the good influence you’ve been on so many of us

  • Love your video title always so clever.

  • Fact: Time spent having fun is not time wasted. Work is important, but eventually you'll be dead and no one will remember who you were or what you did. Intentionally trying to leave behind a "legacy" is a very egocentric mindset, and ultimately the people who have the greatest legacies weren't trying to leave behind a legacy at all, they were just doing what they knew was right.

    • It's not about leaving a legacy. It's not about being remembered. It's about having an effect on now. Making changes, the ripple effect.

    • Nothing No kidding. I might feel differently hearing that from a doctor or scientist but nobody will give a shit about some stupid CS-tv videos about skateboarding in NYC when you are gone.

    • DarthOwen dude, he makes CS-tv videos on painting his sunglasses. Nothing wrong with that, but give me a break.

    • J K Casey isn’t leaving a legacy to scientists😂it’s to film makers and to working hard

    • Fact: Time spent working is not time wasted. Fun is important, but eventually you'll be dead and no one will remember who you were or what you did. Intentionally trying not to leave behind a "legacy" is a very egocentric mindset, and ultimately the people who have the greatest legacies weren't egomaniacs. They had good work ethic, they were just doing what they knew was right - working hard.

  • isnt it ironic that his message was about him not believing in free time but relies on his viewers to have free time to just sit around and watch vlogs...

    • he's a creater we are watchers and dreamers. he would do this even if people didnt watch but he does it daily because people watch and it pays him to do what he loves. story telling

    • i don't think he puts that much thought into it.. he just makes these videos to share what he's doing.

    • Elie Dib I see what your saying, but this isn't wasting time, for me this is motivation. Worth it

    • Peter Ellison yeah definitely

    • Elie Dib Being inspired is productive.

  • We're not all the same, Casey. What you think of as a "waste" of time, to other people, keeps them sane. It's like when you run. If someone told you that you running was a complete, utter waste of time that you should spend working or sleeping (4hrs a night is rough), you would tell them to f*ck off. Productivity is great and a necessary part of life and mental health. But for me, solitude is as well. I HAVE to have free time to myself or with someone I love almost every day to stay sane. When I'm on my death bed, I highly doubt I'm going to wish that I was more productive. I will probably wish that I had more time to spend on myself and the people I love.

    • Weird comment cause he never says you have to do any of the things he’s talking about, he obviously made this video as a message to people who aren’t using their time wisely that every second counts, seems like an attention seeking comment

    • @@BadBoysHub not really, he is stating his opinion that is all

    • Bruh he never said this is what everyone is supposed to do lmao

    • Well yeah, but do you really think that playing video games for 6 hours straight is time used wisely? I usually feel worse after playing games. In comparison to exercising, video games is bad af not only for your mental health but also for your physical health. Sorry but your comment seems like bullshit to me and @Bad Boys Hub yeah I agree with you, you’re just seeking for attention

    • @@tuhlesbrot6708 6 hours straight every day? Or 6 hours straight every few weeks/months? Also playing video games in not bad af. It's not even close to just bad. Playing video games for 6 hours straight every or almost every day is bad. Maybe you should read the countless studies that it is actually beneficial to play video games.

  • this guy is a machine

  • I wish you would do a follow up video. How has your perspective changed in the last five years. Are you the same? I noticed a shift on my attitude towards life as I get older.

    • Lol, are you implying that the only thing he does is surfing in LA?

  • I feel honored that Casey decided to do a video based on me: (sorta) fat and lazy.

  • As much as I love Casey and his work ethic, anyone else think this is crazy excessive? like he's running away from something mentally. sorry for reading into it but 4 hours of sleep is just brutal 😂

    • fear of death, fear of being still, not being important

    • When you have a mindset about getting as much in before you die, sleep seems like a waste of that resource as you will get plenty of that later on

    • No one likes stagnating and not getting better. Casey has compared doing nothing to stagnating and recession.

    • True. Except for maybe Buddhist Monks who would argue that there are limits to what our ambition can do for us. In most cases it just stirs us in place and in effect only increases the suffering of living beings.

    • there's a difference between restlessness and hard work, you can't tell me all the time he's awake he's being productive. that's just what he wants us to see

  • when this video came out, I was a kid wanting to understand Casey's passion and try to understand what this guy was saying. Even down to when he talked about his time working as a dishwasher... my version of that was trying to stay in school for nursing, but at the same time, my passion was Photography/Cinematography. I only had a year left of nursing school and I better on myself to become a full-time creative. 5 years later after watching videos like this, I can finally say that my passion happens to be my job. I love this career and waking up knowing this has been the best feeling.. I've come to realize all the hardships I had to go through to make sure that this was a part of my livelihood and it's been finally paying off. Casey, I don't know how much time you take on comments, but videos like this have given me a new understanding now (esp. with COVID-19 hitting the world) I've watched. CS-tv since I was a kid in 2006-2007 at that time CS-tv was so pure, and seeing your videos early in that time has definitely let me know that this career path was truly possible.

  • I remember seeing this vlog the moment it was uploaded. I added it to my favorites so I can look back on it when I need the motivation. Here I am, dealing with hardships in my life where I need the motivation he once gave me. Thank you Casey for always inspiring me to do better.

    • Hey hope life is better these days my love.just leaving u a message to say I’m proud of you and keep going ❤

  • Going through your old videos makes me want to cry 😭

  • I love the quote, “only boring people get bored”

  • So what I've gathered from this video is that Casey never eats and never showers..

    • They're probably incorporated into family time and excercising

    • ***** this seems problematic.

    • ***** Like he probably takes that last half hour of his exercise time for showering and eating on the way to work. Lunch is obviously during work. Dinner/Supper is during family time.

    • He eats dollar pizza xD

    • +Adam Williamson only on fridays

  • I'm single and 81 years old and working on arising at 4 am and getting to the gym (Anytime Fitness is a short walk next door!) This video is one of the most powerful and helpful ones I'm found. It makes me realize it doesn't mean how much time on earth I have, I need to strive harder and actually ignore my age. I'm still healthy, can walk long distances, etc. Thank you for all your help in my striving to get fit and get productive!!

  • I'm watching these vlogs in a completely random order but it would be interesting to see an updated version of this one. The shift in prioritises as you get older.

    • Watch some recent interviews with him like his episode on Bertcast. He thinks so differently now

  • This randomly came up in my feed today, but I definitely needed some inspiration this week. Thanks for always making great content, Casey. Even if we see it 7 years later, it still holds meaning and provides motivation to all of your viewers. Cheers!

    • youtube knows youve been putting on the lbs and chilling

  • What if you wake up at 6:30am go to school. Go to the gym. Come home at 4pm. Eat/shower. Go to work at 5:30pm. Get home at 10:20pm. Eat, do homework. Then go to sleep at 1am. Then end up giving 75% of the money you earned to your family because they're broke since your dad has an injury and can't work. As well as is not being helped by the government. My life is different compared to most people. I work but don't get any further in life.

    • it will get better bro, u will get into a good college and a good job! I believe in you!

    • +Ivan I know it will. However, I 'd like to start something now that will make me money later. I will go to college and get a job in the marketing industry. But an hourly job is one thing. I'd love to have a job on the side that can earn me money 24/7. I see CS-tv's like Broscience and I see his business more then his comedy which other focus on. His CS-tv is an advertisement for his site. That's something that excites me. I'd love to work for myself it's just the matter of what would I sell or produce.

    • If you look at it from the bright side, you will have nice references and work experience when you get out from school

    • You're not as alone as you think mate.

    • Just see the story of Casey : from he was 17 yo to 23 yo he worked for nothing, in a bad place. So time will be good if you work hard.

  • I remember watching this when it came out but I definitely needed this. Some people might think this schedule is excessive (it is), but consider that his work is always something that he is passionate about. It's not just something to pay the bills.

  • This is a very 'New York attitude'. Here in Spain; fun, family and sleep are considered central to a good life. Work isn't. Even a work of passion must be balanced. After all, we die at the end.

    • BRYAN351 And? Since when was 'productivity' (i.e. consuming a disproportionate amount of resources vs population) noble?

    • BRYAN351 Behave old chap. AMURIKA-FUCK-YEAH! www.scientificamerican.com/article/american-consumption-habits/

    • It's not rocket surgery my Brother. Wealth and poverty are not connected. Modern-day productivity is merely the illigitimate re-appropriation of resource.

    • Not to mention the US GDP relies on War and has for a long time. Do we need to go on? In short. The US/Anglo-American Empire is producing chaos. Viva Espana.

    • BRYAN351 Nope, you're just 1 tree down and holding a fist-full of worthless paper. Are you seriously suggesting that the fiat currency system is in some way expanding? I think you'll find it's imploding. We need 1.6 Earths to keep this shit going and we have only 1. Wealth is making a table for yourself, or your community. The table has genuine 'value' as a table. The tree had genuine value as a tree. The monetary system given to you by the robber barons has zero value and is unsustainable by any analysis. P.S. You didn't create 500 bucks out of nothing. You took it from somebody else. That's how it works.

  • Saved this video from 2015 and watching this now really shows how “work harder” and time management changed your life. Your a great inspiration!

  • This is my all-time favorite vlog. I'd watch it when i feel demotivated and out of track. Love you Casey.

    • Casey inspired me to keep going regardless of setbacks. Especially in terms of making youtube videos

  • Full of energy “I usually sleep 4 hours” Uhhh

  • I know this is an old Vlog but to anybody stumbling across this video and trying out this schedule remember that you should never cut down your sleep. Free time might be the enemy of progress but sleep deprevation is the enemy of health. You need a minimum of 7 hours per night, not to be awake mentally but to minimize your risks of causing serious damage to your physical and mental health. Some of the risks of regular sleep deprevation include, heart failure, strokes, depression and high blood pressure. Also, even if you feel awake it s a fact that the quality of the work you do in a sleep deprived state suffers as well. You want to have a long life, not just to get a lot of work done but also to be able to enjoy the fruits of your labor and for that you need to be healthy. Stayin healthy is not difficult, all you need is 7 hours of sleep, some exercise (it doesn't have to be 3 hours but it s ofc not bad XD) and a balanced diet. If you deprive yourself of sleep you are actively working towards an early death and you can t work when you are dead. So yeah, ironically if you say to yourself "I can sleep when I'm dead" you aren t actually gaining time by sleeping less. You are losing time.

    • I had the same idea. I will never sacrifice anything for sleep. If my sleep is compromised, it will affect my progress. 6 hours is the bare minimum for me. I might have a 4 hour sleep day but I will supplement with a 2 hour or 2 one hour naps. I respect Casey’s style, but it’s very unhealthy.

  • Thanks Casey.. the beauty of what you do is that you post a video like this in 2015 and 3 years later I watch it for the first time and first thing that comes to my mind is, I’m so happy I watched this right now. I really needed to hear all of that.. Thank you!

  • Casey always says in his vlogs to work harder and be productive. But we can't cause we are addicted to his vlogs and I've been watching them the whole day

    • Then watch only 1 to 2 videos every day for inspiration and be productive the rest of your time. ;)

    • I was about to comment the same thing haha

    • His vlogs are 9 minutes each. Says enough.

    • It s ok, I can be like this for a week or so, but the talking in the video is much more positive than other blog, and some great ideas should be heared and remembered, everyone should read a book like chicken soup once a while

    • Amen! haha

  • I come back to this video a lot to remind myself how valuable time really is.

  • Hey Casey, I started watching Your old vlogs all over again! I forgot how motivating they are!! Thanks for that. :)

  • try doing that when you have a very physical job! Im a stone mason, I get up at 5, get home at 7 and in between i lift,carry and stack heavy stone, when I get home im sore, beat up and cold (i live in the uk) Free time to me is important as there is NO way you can bust your balls for extended periods without shutting down, if I shut down I dont make money as im self employed.

  • I admire and love your enthusiasm and energy, Casey! You’re indeed an inspiration, sir!

  • Haha is anyone else watching this while they’re bored in quarantine

    • Kind of, now I am beginning to think so many bored people are finding random causes to protest for cause they are too privileged to do anything else with their time

    • yes but in 2021

  • How do you operate on only 4 hours of sleep

    • Exactly I don't get it either. If I sleep for 4 hours I'm sleepy all day long. Revitalize

    • I'm sleeping 10 hours and indeed I'm feeling slow and stuff. But it's so super hard to change the rhythm. *****

    • Revitalize He stated in the vlog before, replacing exercise with sleep works for him. 5 Hours of sleep + 3 hours of exercise = 8 Hours of his "sleep"

    • Revitalize i think it's quite impossible to keep functioning for a long time on 4 hours of sleep. you should take a rest casey. :)

    • Revitalize I'm guessing coffee and naps

  • Hard work and hustle man that’s how I got to where I’m at today. Thanks Casey🙏🏼

  • came here from the Oct 15 2018 vlog - damn you've been hardcore about no free time for years; the effort really shows man, thanks for your wisdom and will take your words to heart. Thank you for being an inspiration to the masses!

  • Thank you........even when you enter the "Autumn of life" one must still focus on something and be active.....AND YOU are the inspiration for me on that subject!

  • Revisiting this in 2022 and I gotta say hats off to Casey for building what he has. It’s been cool to watch it unfold since 2013. But 4 hours of sleep isn’t sustainable for most. He’s since probably been afforded the opportunity to change to a less extreme hustle, but I feel like so much of this is just who he is. I can’t emulate this routine. I’ve learned I’m useless without sufficient sleep. To each their own, but I respect the hustle.

  • I wonder if he still stands by this with his current lifestyle...

    • I’m pretty sure he just surfs in LA now lmao

    • This was exactly the comment I was looking for! Just proves it; everybody is human.

    • @@eliasaxelsson9478 I like that saying. I really have been trying to figure out how positive is adhering to this hustle culture ideal, and I think casey has been too.

    • @@matanshtepel1230 Dude, I have been doing exactly the same, and even to the point of quitting high school to literally travel the world on my bicycle. Check me out on CS-tv, my channel name is WWIG? Wasn’t originally trying to plug myself but had to take the opportunity when you seem so much like a possible subscriber :-)

    • Probably not. Plenty of people keep a gruelling schedule like that for a few years, a decade perhaps, when they're relatively young & fit. It allows you to progress in your goals, so you can relax a bit later.

  • Instant like for talking about people who say they are bored.

  • Thank you CS-tv for putting this back on top of my list of things to watch. I been struggling with my daily work hours and free time. This kinda helped put things into perspective.

  • hey watching this vid 7 years after i first saw it. This video right here changed my life! I was playing 5+ hours per day video games and doing nothing with life. I tattooed work harder in your honour. Thank you!

  • That.... Is one of the most inspiring things ever. Thanks Casey for re-opening the mind to what is truly important in life.

  • I think this Vlog just changed my life. I really needed to see this. I've spent the last few days catching up on all your videos and this one just changed me. Your jabs are so effective that I almost dont see the right hook. I'm super inspired man. I'm so glad you make content Casey. Starting now I'm going to apply this to my life. You're awesome man!

    • how you doing now? 6 years later. insane

  • Best vlogs without any doubt ! Not just entertainment value but a strong msg as well with every video. Stories that everyone can relate to and a lot to take away from. Truely motivational.

  • 50 or 60 is old???? Omg...my husband was 64 when we had our first child, 65 when the second one came, and by the time he was 70, he had built an empire that reached the entire world. He's 92 now, and just retired. Don't ever think we get old...our flesh may age but our mind, attitude, and energy can stay with us until the day we die, depending on how we DECIDE to frame our life. Boredom is a killer, thanks Casey for bringing this up.

    • +Linda Kordich not sure how accurate my comment will be but the only thing i'm worried for you and your husband is that; your son/daughter won't be able to be around with you guys for a long period. might be a stupid comment but age is terrifying! but the things you do together is far more important .. So yeah. Time wins over age

    • kaneissik what do you mean everyone? you must been lucky to only find my comments then.. I comment on things that i find interesting. does that make you mad?

    • +Stevo Canuck Hi Stevo.....yea, I was 25 and he was 57 when we got married. He had been a CASEY type all of his life, truthfully, but unmarried. We worked together for almost 35 years to build an empire, which we did...very interesting life and we did have two children. They are both 31 and 29 now and have had a really rich life with their dad up until about 4 years ago, when he started to really slow down. So yea, time and experience combined with a lot of FUN AND LOVE is by far more important than age differences. So I just wanted Casey to think , OMG..60 is old, no way....but I'd like to see him change his diet, lol. :)

    • +Linda Kordich Listen to what she says and check out Jay Kordich. One of the healthiest human beings on the planet

    • +Linda Kordich proof or it didn't happen

  • Third time watching this in 3 years. As soon as Casey stops talking and his sunset time lapse starts, I sit back and say to my self wow! what a guy, what a legend 💪🏻👏🏻👏🏻 I aspire to have a similar work ethic like Casey ❤️

  • Watching this vlog again after so many years, still love it. Thanks Casey

  • You are probably the most motivational person on CS-tv! Watching your videos makes we want to work harder. Thank you for that!

  • I sub to Casey, but never seen this till now. Thank you for this. Time is the most valuable resource, it's the one thing you can never get more of!

  • Hi Casey i know this video is old , i just wanted to say thank for explaining and talking through the things you do to stay motivated, my father passed away when i was 13 im now 25 and its sometimes hard to push for the things that would make me happy because he isnt here to share it with, i now realise i have to do it myself, share my accomplishments with myself and believe in myself again. Thank you Casey .

  • Casey! Holy crap, this came at such a good time. Time management is the key to everything, I really appreciate how straight forward you are, and the work you put in I'm motivated to start using your ideology!

    • Lateeeef, you watch Casey too 😍

    • Lateef Thynative Me too! I've been feeling convicted lately of not using my time efficiently and with purpose. My dad's always told me that balance in life is important, which is hard, but like you said, time management is key!

  • Everyone has their own version of productivity, Having a structured scheduled life makes me feel trapped in a box, but for others it makes you feel like you have a direction and purpose. Awesome video, Your studio is so sick

  • I miss the daily vlogs Casey. And thank you for your work for the last 1.5 years. Always a big fan. From Vietnam.

  • been binge watching your Vlogs in the background while I work. This one is great, especially to hear come on while you're buried in actual work, no time to be bored!

  • I remember seeing this when you uploaded, and seeing it again really resonated. Thanks Casey

  • "my goal is to always make it through here without getting murdered" DID HE JUST-

    • I’m watching this after the George Floyd riots 😂 he couldn’t say that now...

    • Well, he's a New Yorker, he probably knows what each neighbourhood is up to :/

    • Also I bet he is exaggerating at least a tiny bit

  • I feel like there's an exponential growth in quality and engagement in every vlog now. It just keeps getting better and better.

    • And better.

    • Raymond Nguyen and better

    • Deadpixelator and better

    • Deadpixelator It feels like no matter how long his videos are I always think "Over already?!" when it finishes. Oh and ... and better

    • Deadpixelator and better

  • not me ending up in tears while watching ur video, because whatever you have said just hits home and is so true. I have been lacking so much this year with a lot of family problems and shit and have been creating soo many excuses. I feel like I wasted so much time. But today is when I make my promise to myself, to stop this. Will be replying whenever I come back to this video to keep up and update on my progress. Starting from now 06/11/21

  • getting this in my recommendations and remember watching it when I was in year 9 when it came out.... I'm in my last year of University now... Miss this old format though really paved the way.

  • Casey, this is my main conundrum of life; you nailed it for me in under 8 minutes. THANK you!! Just followed on IG

  • Casey really works so hard, it inspires me in so many ways, even as small as making me get up and do homework. He should really take the time to relax, because he 100% deserves even just a day off from his busy life. Keep it up Casey!

  • Casey, this is one of the most, if not the most compelling video that you have produced. It may be old, but the message is so important that I hope you will revisit it again and share the message again in 2022. Thank you very much! Steve

  • I wasted my day watching Casey Neistat videos

    • +Jonny Briers It is not wasted. We can learn a lot from this videos

    • Lmao u seem like u blame it all on him when he tring to help lol

    • I know that feel

    • +Jonny Briers It's going back to jump better ;) It's inspiration to start doing your thing !

    • I think Casey forgot that most people who watch his vids, are doing it because of "free time" they have. just saying..

  • One of the best vlogs Casey made. Very effective message.

    • DiscoverWithDima I don’t agree with this at all. Living your life trying hard to leave behind some sort of “legacy” instead of enjoying life is an unhealthy mindset in my opinion. As Ferris Bueler once said “life moves quick and if you don’t stop to look around, you might miss it.” 🙂 Also that’s definitely a bad idea to only sleep for 4 hours and is bad for general health.

    • Crazy people...

  • Casey, I just have to say that you remind me SO much of my father. He is 72 years old and still is constant GO GO GO. He creates, builds, and does so much more than anyone I know. He's written over 60 books, mostly known for Getting Started in Electronics for Radio Shack. We really enjoy your videos. Thank you so much for being such an inspiration and a positive influence for EVERYONE, especially the younger generation today.

  • Man i respect your work ethic here but It's nice to see you chilling out a lot more in your recent Vlogs in LA

  • Another great video. I spend a lot of time working. Most people don't understand why. This is my truth, doing a little less then you can, is the first step to unhappiness. I can't do less, cause its emotionally unhealthy for me.

  • Casey's NY content from back in the day made me fall in love with my city all over again.

  • Don't expect to be out of the game in your 50s. I'm closing in on 60 and I feel as if I'm just getting started. My ideas are coming faster and stronger now more than ever. I expect to be working and creating for another 30 years.

    • Solid

    • that's inspiring man

    • Eric Deeter thats good my dad is 67 and he not want to work anymore since 10 years, he has still strength but prefer to watch tv and be bored

    • Keep it up Mr!

    • you're the man!!

  • This is one of my favorite video of Caseys, I've seen it a 100 times, it really motivates me to do more

  • Casey: I’m full of energy. Also Casey: i only sleep like 4 hours a day

  • its so cool to have you on youtube casey thanks for all the vloga you inspire millions including me...!

  • of all your vlogs this is my favorite, very meaningful and insightful.

  • Year - 2021, this vlog still gets me going..

  • Were you like this in ur teenage years? Like so focused and motivated?

    • Good question

    • he said he did bad in school. Maybe he was better at other things?

    • Lmfao, hahaha

    • ololololololololo I don't think so, when he broke his leg is when I think everything started to fit into gear for him, it made him excersise and learn to work hard towards something, and ultimately lead to much of his success. So if you are an unmotivated teenager just as many of the viewers are, don't worry about it, but don't sit around on youtube too long, gotta get out there and do something eventually.

    • ololololololololo There's PLENTY of videos where he speaks about his life. Go look for them.

  • thanks Casey, this video always help me in the period of exams, is like im trying to relax and then i see the video and my bateries are charged again. thanks so much.

  • I love your time management. So well organized. It has motivated me to create my own time board. Thx for the tip!

  • Hi Casey, Well said! Just a note from someone on the other side of 50 ( I turned 51 two days ago), if you continue to exercise and pay attention to your health, you will (most likely) feel just like you do today as you age. My family used to ask me what I was training for as I worked out for hours every weekday, and my answer was always, "old age." Now I'm 51, and I still exercise at least an hour every weekday, I still skate, run, bike, circuit train, whatever. I like to mix it up :) Like you, I only sleep 4-6 hours per night and love early mornings. That doesn't seem to change either. If anything I enjoy getting up earlier more now than ever. I guess my point is, you have lots of time to be productive, so enjoy! Thanks for the awesome content, Tammy Kearce

  • Casey, this is one of the more valuable videos (of all your videos) to watch and understand. Good job!

  • I wouldn’t say that 4 hour sleep will help you to maximise your time efficiency. You’re just making your life shorter in long term run.

    • I've probably lost 5 years of my life or even more getting four hours of sleep as well. 😂

  • I used to sleep 4 hours a day and work most of my time when i was in my 20s until i went into a pure nervous breakdown with a 10 years depression. So time will wait for me ;)

  • watching this at 2021 man i miss these old vlogs

  • This is the best video of Casey and you cant't change my mind

  • I don’t think you know how you motivate and inspire!👍🏼😎💯

  • Casey should do an update on his daily schedule to show how much it has changed.

  • Rewatching old Casey videos is taking up my free time right now.

  • In order to live free and happily, you must sacrifice boredom. It is not always an easy sacrifice. - Richard Bach

    • ***** True that

    • ***** Boredom is sometimes inevitable

    • Jack Pitchers boredom is always a choice

    • ***** I'll sacrifice boredom in a heartbeat, right after I find something to do. See the dilemma there?

    • peoplemcnuggetz to find something to do sometimes you have to sacrifice the walk towards it.

  • Man, I wish I had the work ethic that you do. I’ve seen this vlog maybe half a dozen times over the years and I’m still amazing by what you do on the daily.

  • That's because you love what you do. Like filming these videos would be considered "fun time"/"free time" to some. It's kinda impossible to live like you as a student I think

  • Loved the way you laid it out!!! Great idea. Thanks!

  • Jeden z ważniejszych na dziś odcinków. Thx!

  • Thank you Casey during this quarantine. Thank you.

  • Best Vlogger on YT 100%

  • That time breakdown was so needed! Thank you!

  • This inspired me to make my routine better and productive. Thank you casey! ❤️

  • When do you shave