This graph shows a lot, and can surprisingly teach people a lot of things with even putting much content like I do with paragraphs.
By looking at this cartoonish graph, when you have lazy habits, I guess the performance of them will become worst, and it’s true because when your sleepy, you never really want to do anything. It’s also true when you are lazy, it’s also true you wouldn’t have much stress, which actually might be the only good thing about the graph.
At the far end of the graph on the left, the his performance hasn’t changed less or more than when the person was lazy. Only this person didn’t has much laziness, but he is in the catergory of “disorganization,” meaning even being too stressful might make your performance not even changing one bit.
But right at the between of these two people, one person stands proud, right in the category of Optimal, where his performance is at is highest, but his stress is neither too high or too low.
So at the end, the only way for stress and performance to even out, is if you have some stress, or something to keep you busy, but not too busy, or you’ll be too stressed, but if your not busy, you’ll waste a lot of time.