The "Two-Minute Rule" Reinvented

Take the traditional "Two-Minute Rule," which suggests that if a task takes less than two minutes to complete, you should do it immediately. Now, add a twist.

Set aside a designated time block in your day, perhaps 10-15 minutes, and challenge yourself to complete as many of these small tasks as possible. This can include responding to quick emails, jotting down short notes, or tidying up your workspace. By concentrating these micro-tasks, you efficiently clear away small distractions, declutter your to-do list, and free up mental space for more substantial, focused work. This approach not only increases productivity but also grants a satisfying sense of accomplishment.



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