What is the 4 minute rule?
The principle is akin to the idea that you never have a second chance to make a good first impression.
The practitioner’s four-minute rule says that, in meeting a new patient, you should invest the first few (up to 4) minutes in greeting the individual on a personal level..
What is the 20 minute M&N rule?
The 20 minute M&N rule is this: Whatever you want to learn, practice it 20 minutes in the morning right after you wake up and another 20 minutes before you goto sleep.
What is the 5 minute rule?
The 5-minute rule is a cognitive behavioral therapy technique for procrastination in which you set a goal of doing whatever it is you would otherwise avoid, but only do it for five minutes. If after five minutes it’s so horrible that you have to stop, you are free to do so. Mission accomplished.
What is the 10 minute rule?
My “10-minute rule” is pretty straightforward: Every task on your to-do list should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. If it takes longer than 10 minutes, then you should have broken it down into smaller tasks or delegated it to someone else.