⚡ Fueler Weekly 69: The ten minute rule of productivity
Just tell yourself: “I’ll do this thing for ten minutes.
Metaphorically, procrastination can be seen as the result of a battle between your present self and your future self.
Why the Ten Minute Rule works?
It’s harder to start than to keep going.
It focuses on the output and not the outcome.
It helps build new habits.
Scientifically, procrastination is the result of a battle between your limbic system—an older part of the brain that’s among many other functions involved in the fight or flight reaction—and your prefrontal cortex—a newer part of the brain where planning complex behaviours and making decisions happen.
💡 One Great Idea for the Ambitious
Motivation fades. Habits are forever.
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