THE CORE IDEA OF THE 2 DAY RULE

THE CORE IDEA OF THE 2 DAY RULE

The core idea of it is that if you have a scheduled or repetitive routine you cannot allow yourself to skip two times in a row. And let’s face it, things come up. Sometimes we can’t show up to maintain your habits - you may be on vacation, or an emergency situation may come up.

However, if you set out to never skip on your activities twice in a row, you will still get farther ahead than if you were to get your habits derail completely and have to keep trying to rebuild them from scratch.

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The 2 day rule- how to make a habit stick

1. Without a lot of self-discipline, it's easy to fall back into old habits

2. The two Day Rule, and it's a simple concept: Never skip the thing you're trying to accomplish more than two days in a row.

Benefits and reasons to implement this into your life-

1. we should approach this as a marathon and not a sprint, now is the time to recognize setbacks as a natural part of life, that we don’t necessarily need to power through on willpower alone.

2. The key is to know when to push and when to take a step back.

3. Habits rely on accumulation over time.

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