Are you racing against time to finish your projects?
Then incorporating the the POMODORO TECHNIQUE:
⏰ An effective time management method that uses a 25 minute timer, to break down work into intervals.
⏰ Aims to give the user maximum focus & freshness, allowing them to complete projects faster & with less mental fatigue.
Who developed this technique?
? The Pomodoro technique was developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980’s.
? Cirillo name the method ‘Pomodoro’ after his tomato-shaped kitchen timer which he used to track his work in university.
The step by step Pomodoro process:
? Choose a task you’d like to get done.
? Set the Pomodoro timer for 25 minutes.
⏰ Work on the task until the Pomodoro rings.
✅ When the timer rings, put a checkmark on paper.
?♂️ Take a short break & so something relaxing.
⏳ After every four Pomodoro timers, take a longer break (15–30 minutes).
How does this system work to increase your efficiency & boost your productivity?
? The Pomodoro increases quality & quantity of work.
? Usually, the human brain finds it difficult to retain its efficiency for longer periods, so it’s better to take frequent breaks to keep your mind fresh & focussed.
? It may help people who get easily distracted, overwhelmed or suffer from procrastination by motivating you to get your work done.
Set your Pomodoro timers & let us know if this technique works for you!
Info Credit: http://francescocirillo.com