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Yes, the Rule of Five is easy to apply. Anyone can do it. Write down the 5 small action steps you need to get done every day, and then take action upon them.
The Rule of 5 says we need to do take 5 specific actions that will lead us towards our goals.
Connects with the 1% improvement principle
Do you ever feel like there’s a ton of things to do and you have no idea where to start ? Or you probably feel paralyze because you feel overwhelmed with works? You will never have this problem when you apply this rule to your life.
When you write down the five things you need to do every day, you know what you do and you will never lose.
Once you got your small tasks accomplished, you will feel satisfied and you will feel more confident because you know you are on your way to something big.
“Many people set lofty goals but underestimate the amount of action or mindset shift required to achieve that success. This is the reason we often fall short of our goals. You'll understand this if you've happily set goals on New Year's day, and push your way through to December 31st, without actualizing more than 50% of them."
No matter how busy successful people are, they always spend at least an hour a day (thus five hours a week) learning or practicing. And they do this across their entire career.
Barack Obama is far from the only leader to credit his success to reading. Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Oprah Winfrey, Elon Musk, Mark Cuban and Jack Ma are all voracious readers.
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