The Rule of 3 – A Simple Strategy to Approach and Achieve Your Goals by Patrick Warren
Anything you do can be broken down into 3 parts.
Let’s say you’ve decided to make positive changes for your health and well-being, you can imagine 3 major things that you can be doing to accomplish this.
As a basic rule for success, you’re going to need the right mix of these 3 components: exercise, good food, and rest.
So in this hypothetical situation, let’s say you’ve decided to take up running because it requires no gym memberships and you can do it just about anywhere at any time. Now apply the rule of 3.
Exercise – You’re going to need to understand your body’s tendencies of motion (form), and you’re going to want to figure out how to breathe while running, and you’re going to want to have a goal in mind that you set before you run, one that you can most likely attain.
These are just 3 things, you can have more of course, but I find it good to simplify the process.
Food Choices – You decide to make some new dietary choices. Rule of 3. You reduce or eliminate fried foods. You decide to eat raw green leafy vegetables, and you cut out high fructose corn syrup based products.
Easily done and after about a month you’ll notice a huge difference.
Rest – To get more rest, you decide to cut out distracting activities that keep you from going to bed at a regular time. You decide how many hours of sleep are optimal for you (it’s different for everyone).
Also maybe you listen to some relaxing music before bed to calm you down.
It’s easy to pick something that you want to change and then imagine 3 simple things that you can do in order to make progress towards your goals.
As famous creative genius Leonardo da Vinci put it, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”.
Author – Patrick Warren
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