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Let life change "one day rule": do three things a day

  • Author:Corina Zhang
  • Release on :2016-11-16

Simply plan your next day.. that’s how I finished my app.

One—must do
Two—after one
Three—reward
One man can do only few things in one day. And an average person stays alive for only about 29,000 days. If you are thirty you just lost your 11,000 days before reading this blog. So you have about 18,000 days more to live. Give or take a few. A day gone is gone. You can’t borrow, you can’t pause. You can’t go back. It’s one way forward direction.
Let’s make the most of every single damn day.
At 9:30 PM, write three things you want to do the next day on a stick note and stamp it on your bathroom mirror, the place you can’t miss when brushing your teeth next morning.
No cellphones. No apps. No Reminders. Just stick notes. The point is to keep it there until the next day and replace it only if you have done it.
Wait a minute!
These are not just three different things. They are related and dependent.
One—is important but you are not so crazy about doing it. You always wish this is already done or tempted to postpone it. But this thing, if finished can really pay off.
Two—is important and you love to do it too. But the three-things-a-day policy is very particular about the order. You simply can’t do Two before One. One comes before two is confirmed with mathematical certainty and most importantly because Chuck Norris said so.
Three— A movie. Walk in the park. Telling stories to children. This is the fun part. You get to do three only when you finish Two.
I think I can tell you why three-things-a-day is simple and more effective than long term planning. We plan things which are not done. There will always be a gap from what has been planned and what is done.
The longer you plan wider this gap will become. Shorter plans are more realistic. The shortest is one day. When you get exactly what you have planned, your brain is thrilled. This thrill is the key. The thrill is the fuel to get you going and asking you to go ahead and plan the next-three-things.
The thrill is not so effective when the gap is wider. Just follow the one day rule and you will be surprised how much you achieve in a month.


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