The 72-hour rule was first described by German writer and business coach Bodo Schaefer.
Do you have any dream. Or there may even be several - large and not very large. Now think - did your dreams come true earlier and how much did it depend on the complexity of the dream? Or from something else?
The 72-hour rule was first described by German writer and business coach Bodo Schaefer
It says: if you have any plans or dreams - start fulfilling them within 72 hours after these plans have appeared.
In fact, these can be even small steps, but these must necessarily be steps that, in your understanding, lead to the execution of your plans.
This phenomenon is explained in their own way by both psychologists and adherents of mystical views on life. So, whatever worldview you have, this rule easily fits into it.
The mystics say that the Universe, seeing that you are not taking any steps to fulfill your dreams, puts them aside as insignificant for you and no longer helps you in this direction.
Psychologists say that your subconscious mind thinks in this way - it divides plans and dreams into essential and insignificant according to how seriously you intend to fulfill them.
And, approximately, the period of time when the desire in you is still fresh enough and it can be confirmed by actions and is equal to about 3 days - i.e. 72 hours.
So if you want something - plan your steps immediately, and even small steps will bring you closer to success. The main thing is perseverance and desire.
I wish you success!