A regra dos 5 segundos #5secondsrule

Quando eu ouvi na semana passada sobre a “regra dos 5 segundos” pensei que sabia o que era, pois desde de pequena que para mim isto significa que quando deixo cair comida ao chão e a consigo a apanhar em menos de 5 segundos a comida não ficou contaminada e posso continuar a comer. XD When I heard last week about the “5 second rule” I thought I knew what it was, since from a small age to me this means that when I drop food on the floor and lift it in less than 5 seconds the food does not get contaminated and I can continue to eat. XD

What Exactly Is the #5SecondRule? The Rule is a simple, research-backed metacognition tool that creates immediate and lasting behavior change.
Mel Robbins, The 5 Second Rule: Transform Your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage

Mas o que eu ouvi não tem nada a ver com isso, ou seja, a regra dos 5 segundos como Mel Robbins conta é que se queres fazer alguma coisa tens de agir nos próximos 5 segundos. But what I’ve heard has nothing to do with it, the 5 second rule as Mel Robbins tells is that if you want to do something you have to act in the next 5 seconds.

– “If you have an impulse to act on a goal, you must physically move within 5 seconds or your brain will kill the idea.”- Mel Robbins

5 – 4 – 3 – 2 – 1 Agir/ Act

If you are wondering if the Rule works if you count forward 1- 2- 3- 4- 5, instead of backwards 5- 4- 3- 2- 1, the answer is no—it doesn’t.
Mel Robbins, The 5 Second Rule: Transform Your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage

Um dos exemplos que a Mel Robbins dá é sobre o quê que nós fazemos quando o despertador toca de manhã, clicamos “mais 5 minutos” ou levantamo-nos assim que o alarme toca. One of the examples that Mel Robbins gives is about what we do when the alarm goes off in the morning, we click “snooze” or get up as soon as the alarm goes off.

Fazer o que queres, mesmo que não te sintas à vontade ou que não tenhas motivação para tal, tu tens de te forçar a fazer. Se pensares em algo que queres fazer, não esperes, age. Se queres pedir um favor a alguém, pede. Se o despertador tocar, levanta-te. Se gostares de alguém, diz-lhe. Se alguém te magoou, diz. Se queres emagrecer, age para tal. Se estás na bancarrota, age de maneira que consigas guardar dinheiro. Doing what you want, even if you do not feel comfortable or the motivation for it. You have to force yourself to do it. If you think of something you want to do, do not wait, do it. If you want to ask someone a favor, ask. If the alarm goes off, get up. If you like someone, tell him/her. If someone hurt you, speak up. If you want to lose weight, act for it. If you are in bankruptcy, act so that you can save money.

 “You can’t control how you feel. But you can always choose how you act.”
Mel Robbins, The 5 Second Rule: Transform Your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage

Isto para mim é bastante importante porque eu planeio tudo e penso sempre imenso se devo ou não fazer e perco-me e depois não faço. Para além, de fazer imensas listas de coisas a favor e contra, de coisas que quero fazer mas que estou à espera do tempo ideal. Por isso, achei essencial partilhar esta regra e a mensagem inspiradora da Mel Robins. This for me is very important because I plan everything and I always think immensely whether I should or not do and in the end I get lost and do not do anything. In addition, to make huge lists of things, such as, cons and favor, of things that I want to do but that I am waiting for the ideal time. So I found it essential to share this rule and the inspirational message of Mel Robins.

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Fonte/Source:

https://melrobbins.com/

https://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/4470180.Mel_Robbins

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