Sometimes when we want to study, we find it difficult to keep our focus on the topic at hand. But telling yourself, Just five minutes," will probably extend your focus for the next five minutes. You might then decide to study for "just (another) five minutes." These five-minute segments can be renewed as often as you choose.
There are many tasks that might need your attention, but you don't feel like doing them. However, you could find it relatively easy to take action for only five minutes. "Just five minutes" will enable you to do many things that you would otherwise neglect. Variations of this theme are: "Just ten minutes." "Just thirty minutes." "Just one hour."
Just scroll down.4 U.S. Air Force Northrop F-5E Tiger II fighters from the 58th Tactical Fighter Wing at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona (USA), flying in an echelon left formation over the Grand Canyon.Photo #1 by Camera Operator: TSgt Bob Simons, USAFAncestral Puebloan granaries high above the Colorado River at Nankoweap Creek, Grand Canyon.Photo #2 by DrenalineComanche Point, on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, above the Colorado River.Photo #19 by Doc Searls from Santa Barbara, USA
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