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  • When I was in college, I was the type of person that would hit the snooze button at least four times before finally waking up just to rush out the door.


  • Because, guess what?


  • I was already late for class.


  • I had this uncanny ability to almost alwaysand I mean alwayshand in my essays and my projects literally minutes right before the deadline.


  • This was definitely not something that I was proud of.


  • We all have amazing things that we tell ourselves that we're going to go outside and do,


  • but for the most part, we have trouble finding the motivation and the inspiration to actually go out there and do them.


  • And I'm sure you can relate to this.


  • What finally helped me was this little trick that I learned from a mentor of mine.


  • It's called the "3... 2... 1", and it's actually very simple and very effective.

    それは、「3.... 2... 1」と呼ばれるもので、とてもシンプルで、とても効果的です。

  • The next time you're confronted with a task that you don't want to do, even by the slightest bit, you start counting down from 3.


  • You go 3... 2... 1, and once you hit 1, you stop whatever you're doing and then finish that task.


  • The only rules are that whatever it is has to be something that's possible and it has to be something that you can do right then and right there at the moment.


  • Let's say, for example, you just came home and you notice that the trash bin is full.


  • "Oh, man, I should go and take out the trash. You know what? I'll do it after I check my email."


  • Wait, stop.


  • Take out the trash, 3... 2... 1, and you have to drop your phone, stand up, and you have to take out the trash.


  • Now the key to this trick is to make it into a habit.


  • They say that it takes about 21 days to form a habit.


  • However, in my personal experience, it didn't take any longer than about a week and a half for this trick to settle in.


  • The key is to apply it to just about every single annoying task that you find throughout the day.


  • "Oh, the dishes are piling up. Well, 3... 2... 1, go and wash the dishes."


  • "Oh, the dog looks hungry. 3... 2... 1, go feed the dog."


  • "Should I brush my teeth? 3... 2... 1, go and brush your teeth."


  • "Ooh, I'm kind of hungry right now, too. 3... 2... 1, go cook yourself a meal."


  • After doing this for a while, you'll find that you're met with less resistance every time you count down from 3.


  • And it's at this point that you've unlocked the true potential behind this trick.


  • The point of this trick was not to give you a way to take out the trash or always hand in your homework on time.


  • Yes, that is gonna be helpful, but the true potential behind this trick is to give you the ability to build positive new habits.


  • Let's say that you've been trying to go to the gym for a while now.


  • You know all of the positive benefits.


  • You know logically that it is the right thingto do.


  • Yet you've never found the motivation to actually go out there and do it.


  • Now all you have to do is say, "Sign up for a gym membership online, 3... 2... 1 ," and you'll go and do it.


  • And then immediately afterwards you can say, "Get dressed and go to the gym, 3... 2... 1 ," and you'll go and do it.


  • The key here is to make sure that the "3... 2... 1" is ingrained enough in your mind so that when you do say it, no matter what it is that you've challenged yourself to do, you will do it.

    ここで重要なのは、「3、 2、 1」が十分に心に刻み込まれ、それを口にすれば、どんなことに挑戦したときでも、それを実行できるようになるのです。

  • And the same thing can be applied for quitting negative habitsthings like smoking or drinking.


  • If you've ingrained the "3... 2... 1" strongly enough in your brain, you can resist those temptations.


  • But the biggest and the hardest thing that you have to do in order to make this trick work is to take that first step today, and then start implementing the "3... 2... 1" trick into your lifestyle.


  • I challenge you to think of something right now that you have to do.


  • Something on your to-do list that you've been pushing aside.

    ToDo リストの中で、あなたがやらずにいたこと。

  • 3... 2... 1.


  • Go and do it.


When I was in college, I was the type of person that would hit the snooze button at least four times before finally waking up just to rush out the door.


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