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Chapter 13: How to Stop Procrastinating by Using the Two-Minute Rule


Every day, there are a handful of moments that deliver an outsized impact. James refers to these little choices as “decisive moments.”


“Decisive moments set the options available to your future self.”


“A habit must be established before it can be improved.”


“Habits can be completed in a few seconds but continue to impact your behavior for minutes or hours afterward.”


“Many habits occur at decisive moments—choices that are like a fork in the road—and either send you in the direction of a productive day or an unproductive one.”


“The Two-Minute Rule states, ‘When you start a new habit, it should take less than two minutes to do.’”


“The more you ritualize the beginning of a process, the more likely it becomes that you can slip into the state of deep focus that is required to do great things.”


“Standardize before you optimize. You can’t improve a habit that doesn’t exist.”


Sheila A Degner
Sheila A Degner
Mar 26, 2023

2 minute rule is a great way to make a new activity feel manageable.

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