The Pause Principle
The "Pause Principle" states..
"Take little pauses while you engage in any activity during the day".
Highly effective individuals are always those that follow the principle of focused work and plenty of breaks taken between those stints of labor. It becomes much easier to complete a task when you know that all you need to do is spend just a few minutes at a time on completing that task.
For example, a professional tennis match isn't played non-stop from start to end, rather it is played in a series of 2 games at a time with a pause (or break) between them. This way, the tennis players as well as the match referee, ball boys (and ball girls), others involved in the game at the court, as well as everyone else watching at home can take a break for a few minutes as well.
Had the tennis match been played non-stop over a span of an hour then the players would be exhausted a lot. The scope of injuries and breakdowns would increase, human beings are not designed to work non-stop like crazy animals.
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