In a world unlike the one we live in, yes. But let's be honest here, does that really happen very much at all? That sort of thing is very, very hard to do. Where would your happiness come from? A teacher once told me essentially that being productive breeds productiveness, and she is totally right. It's like a muscle that you work out. Same with things like concentration, memory and conversation. If you live a life that is so devoid of effort, it's going to be hard to do something productive. Extremely hard. The allure of what's easy is too strong to resist.
Being a NEET/Hikki/Otaku isn't just what you do. You are how you feel (and the way you feel is not permanent), not necessarily what you choose. It's the why. It's escapism, and harmful to you. Don't put it off or run away. A NEET at the workplace will still have the same mentality as he did for awhile. Eventually though, the NEET will get better at it. You will be able to shrug off things that were once daunting. Fixing yourself isn't a switch you flip; it's a muscle that you build. Effort makes you a better person. One that is better able to face and navigate through the world of today.
A few more things. You shouldn't try to go out of your way to do something you can't do (yet). If you can't have a conversation with someone, don't force it. It'll make things worse. Just focus on what you like, and feeling better. Other people don't matter right now.
And this, something that you may not believe but I'm dead serious about: giving in to the vices in your life is hurting you. Things like pornography (I'm dead serious), and drugs (alcohol, caffeine, anything else) keep you entrenched in the horrible state of mind. No matter how bad you feel after giving them up, don't give in. That's your brain crying out for easy pleasure. But the easy things in life are usually empty, like fast food. You might think that there is nothing else for you but these things, but I want you all to know that that is absolutely not true. You're just not there yet. I promise you, I swear to Haruhi I promise you that you'll feel better. When you over-indulge in these easy pleasures like masturbation, you sort of "fry" yourself and feel numb to the world. When you regularly and greedily release your dopemine from masturbation and drugs, nothing else in the world will really make you feel good. That's what you could call a mental addiction. And when you starve yourself of what you rely on, your brain will seek pleasure from other things. At first it will be horrible (suicidal horrible), but bear with it because that's your brain undoing the damage. Just get through the day. Eventually everything gets better. Doing every little thing will actually feel better. Little things that you feel nothing for will feel better. Getting out of bed and going for a walk on a nice day. And then comes the part that fixes you.
Moving on involves a maturing of the mindset. You will actually know what to do and you will be able to face the challenges that life throws at you. You will have confidence in yourself and be more optimistic. You'll notice more things in the world and have more interest and better focus on things. The things that kept you trapped won't have so much power over you anymore. You don't have to give up your interests in anime or whatever, but you do have to do more with yourself. And you will have what it takes in you to do more with yourself, and get better at life. A lot of the times you'll do things because you feel like it.
This is moving forward.