Stop Procrastinating Once and For All With the 2-Minute Rule

Identify tasks you've been avoiding that can be done in 2 minutes or less.

When you feel the urge to procrastinate, switch to one of these small tasks instead.

Promise yourself you'll work on the small task for just 2 minutes. Removing pressure helps.

Use a timer to keep yourself accountable to the 2 minutes.

Celebrate completing the small task even if you still don't feel like working. Progress is progress!

Build momentum by chaining together multiple 2-minute tasks.

Increase to 5 or 10-minute tasks as you build more discipline.

Remember the sense of achievement, not the chore itself. This will motivate you.

10 Digital Distraction lessons from book Digital Minimalism

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