Do you know the rule for the 20 minutes per day?

Do you know the rule for the 20 minutes per day?Almost every self-respecting theory of motivational activity ponders specific recipes for the transition from theory to practice. One of them is the rule of 20 minutes, which eventually experiences a very simple psychological attitude that for 20 minutes each of us can endure any action, no matter how great is his resistance against it. It really is an active way to fight the laziness and increase your motivation. Learn more about how the rule works:

  • If you practice sports for 20 minutes every day, there is no need to worry about your health.

  • If you spend 20 minutes a day for cleaning and tidying, you will not be lost in the clutter. This time is enough for rug cleaning, what do you think?
  • If you devote 20 minutes a day to improve your concentration, it’s not worth the worry of creative crises.
  • If you devote 20 minutes a day to listen to your closest person, there will be no occasions to worry about relationship problems.
  • If you spend 20 minutes a day to listen to yourself and to take notes, it’s not worth bothering that you will suffer from a lack of ideas.
  • If you sacrifice 20 minutes a day on the searching of new sources of income you will not suffer from financial issues. Perhaps you will even save funds for professional upholstery sanitising.
  • Give yourself 20 minutes a day to relax. This way you will not feel exhaustion at all.
  • And remember – whoever reads useful book at least 20 minutes a day they will not be tormented by the question of how to become an expert.

What is your personal opinion about this rule? Apply it for a month and share the positive change with us!

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11 thoughts on “Do you know the rule for the 20 minutes per day?

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  3. Fantastic wisdom here.

    There’s something about small, daily activities which becomes incredibly powerful over the long term.

    Two other examples:

    1) I study a language for 20 minutes per day. I use ANKI style flashcards and spend 20 minutes per day going through them. I started doing it on my way to work about six months ago and just recently I realized my vocabulary had actually become pretty decent. 20 minutes per day and I can now speak another language comfortably.

    2) Brain training. I play cognitive-fitness training games to help me wake up. (In a lot of ways, it’s replaced my morning cup of coffee and works great at getting your brain to turn on). The 20 minutes spent playing http://mindgamer.com (100% free site btw, this isn’t a spam link) basically results in a huge productivity boost for me because I’m more alert and clear-headed after playing.

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