So there's a few different ways this can be done. A visible way would be to edit the issue and add a label, then check for the presence of this label with a JQL condition.
Another way that's invisible to users is to use entity properties. Your rule would look like this:
It looks like this in practice:
The actions in this rule will now only execute once for a given issue. After that, the compare condition will fail since the issue property has a value.
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