Getting stuff done is for some people the hardest thing, especially if you either are self-employed or need to get fundamental things done, like paying the bills or organizing a drawer. This sneaky little hack will increase your insanely productivity.
Meet: The Pomodoro Technique. This handy and popular time-management Hack can help you slaying through you distractions and deadlines with an insanely strong focus. It’s easy and you also get frequent breaks to relax!
What is the Pomodoro Technique?
The Pomodoro Technique was invented in the earliest 1990s by author and developer Francesco Cirillo. The name Pomodore comes from the tomato-shaped timer Cirillo used to track his work as a student.
How does it work / How can I study with the Pomodoro Technique?
The Pomodoro Technique is one of the simplest methods to implement. All you need is a timer. You don’t need any apps, devices or even Cirillo’s book “The Pomodoro Technique”.
Here’s how to get started with Pomodoro, in five steps:
- Choose a Task or Activity
- Set the timer (Pomodoro) to 25 minutes
- If the timer (Pomodoro) rings stop and make a check on a paper
- Take a short break (5 minutes are good)
- Every 4 Pomodoros take a healthy long break
Those long breaks are usually from 15 to 30 minutes or whatever time gets you recharged and ready to start another 25-minute productivity session so you can repeat this throughout your day.
If you get distracted, for example by a someone else , you either have to stop the Pomodoro (starting a new later) or you need to postpone the distraction until the Pomodoro is finished.
YEAY, Now you can use the Pomodore Technique to hack your productivity and boost your efficiency!
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