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Tom Voûte tom at voute .org

Shared January 6, 2017

Pomodoro. Work periods of 25 minutes very concentrated

Ian Katz

Shared December 31, 2016

my

Ashley Gadd (Burton)

Shared September 2, 2017

A brilliant productivity hack! 👌🏼💯

Lucas Garcia

Shared May 16, 2016

Nunca se trató de trabajar más sino mejor

Paul Minors

Shared December 11, 2015

Great article!

Baily Hancock

Shared November 28, 2015

Great overview of the Pomodoro technique

Mike Pluta

Shared May 25, 2016

This article is one of the better descriptions how to implement (and why) the Pomodoro technique.

Prateek Keshari

Shared May 24, 2016

works.

Rishi Raj

Shared January 27, 2017

Pomodoro 101

Tim Metz

Shared March 13, 2017

Great introduction to and breakdown of the #pomodoro technique! #productivity

Norbert Fernandes

Shared December 28, 2016

That’s 25 minutes of steady, focused work on ONE task. No multitasking. No emails. No phone calls. No checking Facebook. Nothing! No distractions allowed.

Liviya Simmons

Shared February 6, 2017

Sounds dumb but might be useful

Shahryar Nobahar

Shared December 20, 2015

ایده خوبی رو برای مدیریت جریان کارها و زمانبندی اونا مطرح کرده که به نظرم ارزش امتحان داره

Elias Manos

Shared February 25, 2017

Let's give it a try

Albaabur Rahman

Shared March 11, 2017

One word: Pomodoro
Has worked well for me...though VERY tough to maintain

Bogdan Hruban

Shared February 19, 2017

Good reminders on how one can maintain a good life-work balance. #lifehack

Mohanad Shaban

Shared May 31, 2016

A real and great article about pomodoro technique !!

PETERSON TEIXEIRA

Shared February 27, 2017

This technique is not new, especially to high-level Entrepreneurs and those addicted to optimize performance on work hours. But, the case study itself worth the reading because you get to see the logic applied in a real-life scenario. I recommend this quick article for those seeking a new way of doing their own work hours.

Jonathan Yagel

Shared July 30, 2017

Have always heard good things about the Pomodoro system... I think I may try it, this week.

Gabriel Lawrence

Shared April 24, 2017

Good and quick read for a productive week. #workhardplayhard

Noah Epstein

Shared December 27, 2016

For all the procrastinators and people that work too much!

I'm going to give this a shot

Tim Natzschka

Shared December 2, 2017

Pomodoro Technik - die Eieruhr zum Arbeitsglück?

Harriet

Shared February 23, 2017

I'm was a definite advocate of the Pomodoro technique back in college. Too bad my pay is based on the amount of time at work so this won't cut it. Perhaps in my next job.

Harriet

Shared February 23, 2017

I was a big supporter of the Pomodoro technique back in college. Now working, my pay depends on the amount of time I'm in the office, so this won't cut it. Perhaps in my next job.

Definitely still a good read though. Time is our most precious resource afterall.

Mon Espiritu

Shared November 6, 2016

I modified this technique a bit but this one is another awesome way to get things done.

André König

Shared April 9, 2017

failure

Carlos Rivera

Shared December 17, 2017

m

Anh Le

Shared December 19, 2016

Good strategy.

Marina Miteva

Shared February 5, 2017

Pomodoro! I'm trying this tomorrow.

short of my goal. I felt tired…and miserable.
Ugh…

Tarek Nseir

Shared December 27, 2017

Need to do this.

Liv Eden

Shared February 26, 2017

Excellent tips by @chriswinfield I'll experiment with during the coming week. #Upgrade yourself. #Pomodoro

Luciano Castilho

Shared December 17, 2015

#Pomodoro

Blair Slavin

Shared May 15, 2016

Stop smacking your head against distractions

Ramesh Lakshminarasimhan

Shared May 4, 2017

The best write up I ever read about the productivity technique called Pomodoro!

Kar Man

Shared February 21, 2017

Did you hear of this technique before?

Karlyn

Shared February 25, 2017

doesn't sound effective. Merely asking ppl to complete their task in 30mins and putting their distractions away. Just like asking me to cheer up when I'm sad

Kar Man

Shared February 28, 2017

HAHAHAH

edem segbedzi

Shared March 27, 2017

really Great article

Md. G. Moktadir Rahman

Shared August 10, 2017

G8

Nhat Nguyen

Shared November 27, 2017

Eventually my sanity returned. I began experimenting with smaller numbers of Pomodoros, starting with five per day and gradually working my way up to eight. My goal was eight Pomodoros each weekday, for a total of 40 per week.

RAY CUNNINGHAM SR

Shared June 13, 2018

Now That Is wHat I Need To Train.

Craig Key

Shared March 8, 2017

Who wants to try this with me? We can check each other's progress every so often? Keep each other accountable?

Ambika rani K

Shared May 5, 2017

Beautiful and must read for everyone.

Dirceu Pereira Tiegs

Shared January 3, 2018

The 7-day workweek is interesting 🤔

at 470

Shared April 18, 2018

work

Shahjahan Khan

Shared May 15, 2018

Worth reading

How to Work 40 Hours in 16.7 (The Simple Technique That Gave Me My Life Back)
by Buffer, stories.buffer.com
October 21, 2015 03:00 AM

I used to work a lot — 60, 80, or even 100 hours a week…

I let my work be a big part of how I defined myself. I wore those insane hours like a badge of honor…I loved telling people how “busy” I was…and how much I “had to do”.

Sound familiar?

Looking back, I realize I used my work to try and fill a void in myself. The problem was that this void was like a black hole. No matter how many hours I worked, it never seemed to fill it up. If anything, it made me feel worse.

One day I’d had enough. Truth be told, I’d had way more than enough. I stopped and reevaluated my life, trying to figure out what was important to me, and what wasn’t.

I had to make a big change. I had to figure out how to work smarter, not harder. I needed to optimize my work process to do more in less time.

I needed the Pomodoro Technique. Here’s how this incredible simple time management system changed my workday — and ultimately, my life. I think it can do the same for you.


What is the Pomodoro?
Over the years I‘d heard about a time management system called the Pomodoro Technique. It seemed too simple, but as they say, the simplest things often work best.

I read the 2006 paper written by its creator, Francesco Cirilio, which explained the technique and as importantly, the psychology behind it. This revolutionary time management system is deceptively simple to learn, but life-changing when applied correctly. The Pomodoro Technique can be broken down into the following four basic principles.


1. Work with time, not against it: Many of us live as if time is our enemy.We race the clock to finish assignments and meet deadlines. The Pomodoro Technique teaches us to work with time, instead of struggling against it.

2. Eliminate burnout: Taking short, scheduled breaks while working eliminates the “running on fumes” feeling you get when you push yourself too hard. It’s impossible to overwork when you stick to the system.

3. Manage distractions: Phone calls, emails, Facebook messages, or suddenly realizing you need to change the oil in your car — distractions constantly bombard us. Usually, these distractions can wait. The Pomodoro Technique helps you log your distractions…and prioritize them for later.

4. Create a better work/life balance: Most of us are far too intimately acquainted with the guilt that comes from procrastination. If we haven’t had a productive day, we can’t seem to enjoy our free time. As a Pomodoro master, you create an effective timetable and achieve your high-priority tasks, so you truly enjoy your time off.

The Pomodoro process: 25 minutes of focus
Right now you’re probably thinking: “This all sounds great, but what the heck do I actually do?”

It’s actually quite simple…


Right now, you’re probably thinking “Twenty five minutes of work? That’s nothing! This is gonna be easy!”

Not so fast…

That’s 25 minutes of steady, focused work on ONE task. No multitasking. No emails. No phone calls. No checking Facebook. Nothing! No distractions allowed.

Get started: Here are the tools you need
For me, this took some getting used to, and required some tools and hacks. Here’s what I used:


My first tries with Pomodoro: “Ugh.”
Like most things in my life, I learned through experimentation, experiencing a lot of pain and frustration but ultimately growth.

At first, I thought I could do 16 Pomodoros each day…no problem. I was used to working so much, that less than seven hours of work seemed like a breeze!

The first day I completed 12 Pomodoros. I got a ton done, but still felt like a failure because I fell short of my goal. I felt tired…and miserable.

Ugh…

Over the following days, I tried cutting back on my target number. When it worked, I got a ton of stuff done and felt amazingly productive. I knew I was onto something good. Other days, I did too little or too much and I felt like crap…and I was convinced this was the dumbest system in the world.

Double ugh.

One day, I just ignored the system altogether and went back to multitasking. I was unfocused, unproductive, and frustrated. I gritted my teeth and kept doing things my old way for a few more days. What I found was that I got things done, but my productivity simply couldn’t compare to when it all clicked with the Pomodoros.

Triple ugh.

Finding my balance: The magic of “8”
Eventually my sanity returned. I began experimenting with smaller numbers of Pomodoros, starting with five per day and gradually working my way up to eight. My goal was eight Pomodoros each weekday, for a total of 40 per week.

This worked (sort of) but as they say, life happens. Some days I had so many meetings to attend, or my daughter had a recital at school which I didn’t want to miss, and I just couldn’t find fit in eight Pomodoros.

It was clear to me that 40 was my magic weekly number…but I needed to be less rigid with how I approached my work-week.

The math was straightforward:


However, when I had too much going on, or felt physically or mentally off, I couldn’t fit in eight Pomodoros. I’d fall behind, and next day I’d try to cram in 14, leaving me exhausted and not very happy with the quality of my work.

I realized I had to step back and rethink my week, paying attention to my moods. To refocus on what was right for me. The Pomodoro Technique was great, but something was missing to make it really work for me.

How I learned to love the 7-day workweek (really!)
When I decided to change, I swore to myself I’d never work on weekends, holidays, vacations, or even after 5 PM. Great, right? Well, I’m happy to report I’ve broken all of these promises…and that’s actually a good thing.

On those days when I couldn’t finish eight Pomodoros by 5 PM, I’d feel stressed. I’d feel like a failure. Suddenly I realized my view of the work week was too limiting. Why did I make those commitments to myself, limiting when I could work? I did it because I was coming from an unfulfilling work life, working too many hours, and for the wrong reasons.


I transitioned from just working…to working on things that fulfilled me.What’s more, I gave myself the freedom to do non-work stuff, such as attending my daughter’s recital during what most people consider work hours. This made it easy to shift my mindset about when I could or couldn’t work.

The final piece to my puzzle was moving from a five-day work-week, where I had to stop by 5 PM, to a seven-day work-week, where I could work when it suited me. This took me from 40–45 hours available to get my 40 Pomodoros in, to having 168 hours each week. Since I only need 16.7 hours net, that means I only work 10% of my time. What a difference!

Everything in just 16.7 hours a week?!
Right now you’re probably thinking, “I work more than that in two days! And you’re trying to tell me that’s all I need to work in an entire week?”

YES! That’s exactly what I’m telling you. And NO, you’ll probably still ‘work’ more than 16.7 hours a week. Let me explain…

I ‘work’ 35–40 hours a week, but I spend at least 20–25 of those hours on calls, meetings, networking on- and offline, and other less-focused tasks. These are important, but I don’t count them as ‘work’ time.

I truly work 16.7 hours each week…and I get about five times more accomplished in those few hours than in the other 25 hours.

There’s no avoiding it. Life happens. As long as humans are involved, and especially if you live in modern society with its 24/7 connectedness, it’s next to impossible to have a perfect working environment. However, you can work smarter without having to work harder.

The psychology of motivation: Mastering your energy
In a perfect world, I’d have eight high-value tasks identified at the start of each workday. I’d prioritize these, and knock them off one by one, from most important to least. I’d be equally enthusiastic and motivated about each one, wouldn’t be interrupted, and would finish my day’s work in less than three hours.

Sounds great, right? Unfortunately, “we live nowhere near perfect”.

The reality is that I’m a human being, living in a world full of other humans. I have emotions I don’t control, and I often get tired. Some tasks I simply don’t feel like doing, even though I know they’re important — possibly even urgent.

To make this work long-term, I had to face these things and learn to work with, rather than against them.

My energy level and attitude affect my work and output, so I had to stay present to how I was feeling, and master myself. This post on mastering one’s energy made it all click. I found these questions especially helpful:


These questions helped me take into account my mood and energy when prioritizing tasks. As a result, I no longer do anything just because I feel I have to.

When my physical energy is low, I work on my health and wellness.When my emotional energy is low, I find something that makes me happy, like spending time with my wife and daughter.

Of course, I also had to find work I enjoyed, that fulfilled me…rather than work that drained me. By doing this, I have more time to improve myself, be with friends and family, and truly be healthy on all levels — mind, body, and soul.

Want to go further?
Slowly but surely, Pomodoro has forever change how I work…

Are you up for it?

Action Idea: Why not try one Pomodoro today? Twenty-five minutes of concentrated work on one task. Start with one and work up from there.

And if you want to go further, I want to make it as easy as possible for you.

Click here to get access to my free 32-page guide that explains my simple system in detail…and includes worksheets, tools and resources that you can print out and use. Save 23.3 hours each week and get MORE accomplished!

P.S. Get all our posts on workplace culture, productivity, transparency and more in your email. Sign up now.
Originally published at open.buffer.com on October 21, 2015.

Harit Himanshu

Shared December 29, 2016

simple math on how to achieve more by making 7 day work week. I am going to try pomodoro technique

Joseph McLaughlin

Shared November 29, 2015

Great rid on time management

Muse Npp

Shared December 16, 2015

Good to read

Diar Selimi

Shared January 1, 2016

promodoro technicue

Anurag Mathur

Shared January 24, 2016

Looks promising

Pablo Lerma

Shared January 25, 2016

Fundamental technique in my daily life

Tommy

Shared June 9, 2017

Want

Paulista Ponto TK

Shared November 22, 2017

@_guidis

Sai Htet Myat Htut

Shared April 18, 2018

take a gun and try it you will get it back

Juliane Blier

Shared January 20, 2017

How increase productivity

Vanna Shoopman

Shared January 27, 2017

yes

Muhammad Isa

Shared February 18, 2017

mastering time management is real deal

david judge

Shared March 12, 2017

I'm going to give this a go!

Lauren Jatana Vathje

Shared April 4, 2017

Interesting work flow idea

Krystian Nowakowski

Shared April 9, 2017

Really. Is that simple ?

Christelle Lelong

Shared December 23, 2017

Hors meetings et call, soyons réalistes

Jinal Gangar

Shared February 6, 2018

Surely worth a try!

Samuel Wilson

Shared April 4, 2018

Seems legit. Now I just need a job that fits the idea.

Dj An

Shared April 17, 2018

25 minutes of steady, focused work on ONE task. No multitasking. No emails. No phone calls. No checking Facebook. Nothing!

Lily Elmore

Shared December 24, 2016

Definitely doing to be looking into this system!

Jayme Keefer

Shared January 7, 2017

new semester, new way to work

Josh Hollingsworth

Shared February 8, 2017

Use the pomodoro technique. 40 pomodoros/week = 1000 minutes = 16.7 hrs

I ‘work’ 35–40 hours a week, but I spend at least 20–25 of those hours on calls, meetings, networking on- and offline, and other less-focused tasks. These are important, but I don’t count them as ‘work’ time.

kami wong

Shared October 22, 2017

Technique

Kinyua Munene

Shared October 30, 2017

fvvtdx

Bogdan Zaporozhchenko

Shared November 9, 2017

It’s everything must be read by everyone !

Monika Kutějová

Shared December 29, 2017

For the whole article I thought it was written by a woman. Now thinking about if it is a good or a bad thing. Nevertheless, looking for a more effective way for working? Well, here it is.

dian amaruddin

Shared January 2, 2018

🐒🙌👌

Olu Ola

Shared April 18, 2018

you

Daren Glen

Shared May 12, 2018

dc fxfg

Arsh Sharma

Shared March 7, 2017

Work Smart not hard.....

Ignacio Galanga Jr

Shared November 2, 2017

Nice read!!!

Adam Potrzebowski

Shared November 24, 2015

yes.

Alonso Alama

Shared August 21, 2016

Work better

Martins Jr. Divine Okoi

Shared May 4, 2016

Productivity, here I come 😎📈

Audrey R

Shared May 8, 2016

you can work smarter without having to work harder.

sehar.moughal@gmail.com

Shared May 27, 2016

Very useful

suardiman aco

Shared June 14, 2016

The psychology of motivation: Mastering your energy
In a perfect world, I’d have eight high-value tasks identified at the start of each workday. I’d prioritize these, and knock them off one by one, from most important to least. I’d be equally enthusiastic and motivated about each one, wouldn’t be interrupted, and would finish my day’s work in less than three hours.

Eric Chataigné

Shared February 2, 2017

try the pomodoro method if you are looking for better efficiency. an interesting return of experience

ภัทรพงษ์ เรืองรัมย์

Shared April 15, 2018

amazing and beautiful and

chetachi Harrison

Shared May 24, 2018

What you need to do to become a legendary.

chetachi Harrison

Shared May 24, 2018

What the legendary sees to become what he is.

Ladislav Oroš

Shared December 21, 2016

Pomodoro

Satdhruti Paul

Shared December 23, 2016

So that's why timer apps on Play Store are set to 25 minutes by default...

John Kristensen

Shared January 2, 2017

Work/life balance

Tuan Nguyen

Shared January 5, 2017

Very useful!

Britt Ramos

Shared January 15, 2017

Interesting article!

Drew Fajen

Shared January 3, 2017

Pomorodo seems like a productivity strategy worth looking to.

brian small

Shared January 28, 2017

I'm going to give this a try. ill keep you updated on my progress.

Richard Stevens

Shared February 2, 2017

Great article on Pomodoro.

Lee Williams

Shared February 8, 2017

defined

fya

Shared February 14, 2017

interested to try

Liudger The King

Shared February 19, 2017

...pomodoro

jramosg

Shared March 3, 2017

jramosg

vrinda baliga

Shared March 5, 2017

Must read

Mansi Singh

Shared March 9, 2017

Nicely done!!

soft grandzh

Shared March 12, 2017

💦💦💦💦

Driss El Hasfi

Shared April 1, 2017

"I let my work be a big part of how I defined myself. I wore those insane hours like a badge of honor…I loved telling people how “busy” I was…and how much I “had to do”."

Francesco Rizzato

Shared April 1, 2017

Articolo del 2015, un po' datato forse, ma sempre attuale la Pomodoro Technique per migliorare work/ life balance. Ci provo!

Tyler Harrington

Shared April 2, 2017

Everyone should give pomodoro a shot!

Adalberto Robles

Shared April 18, 2017

week.

badran mohamed

Shared April 21, 2017

very interesting article with a very useful technique. I haven't tried it out but it looks quite promising.

Rohit Pawar

Shared May 4, 2017

I will see if it helps

Kevin Crotwell

Shared June 9, 2017

I'm definitely going to try this!

Sujeet Sharma

Shared July 5, 2017

Time Management

Bali Rajesh

Shared July 13, 2017

Work long hours

Ali.ilaev@mail.ru Ali

Shared August 10, 2017

to tell the truth, it is hard but it is cost that flourishing finish

moisha ENvil

Shared September 22, 2017

wow

Jose Mathew

Shared October 7, 2017

Like most things in my life, I learned through experimentation, experiencing a lot of pain and frustration but ultimately growth.

Alesha Doran

Shared November 4, 2017

This looks helpful!

Richard cooper

Shared November 21, 2017

truth

Anna Ramos

Shared January 12, 2018

💯💯

Sathya Ramesh

Shared January 17, 2018

this is awesome...

JonWalter Rhines

Shared January 28, 2018

Productivity at its finest

Ridhi Kaur Mehta

Shared February 12, 2018

the most amazing time management technique ever!

Krupali Makwana

Shared March 2, 2018

Love this article, it helps me so much

ภัทรพงษ์ เรืองรัมย์

Shared March 28, 2018

PATTARAPONG RAUNGRAM

Med Student

Shared March 30, 2018

good tips and recommendations. Definitely to be read 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

distanya on moskovskaya

Shared May 28, 2018

лучшая статья как по мне про мотивацию и тайм-менеджмент может быть кто-нибудь возьмет на вооружению эту технику

Carter Kamanzi

Shared 6 days ago

Let’s call it a journey

Ian Br

Shared January 5, 2017

Interesting

Ernesto Naranjo

Shared January 6, 2017

Cool

Spike セクシー

Shared February 12, 2017

"truly enjoy your time off."

Deborah Blanco

Shared February 14, 2017

How to schedule time more effectively to accomplish things in a focused environment and help others also.

Edgar Beltre

Shared February 24, 2017

🙌

sraah

Shared February 28, 2017

I LOVE this. My productivity is garbage. And while I think I'm getting a lot done, I'm getting so distracted at the same time I never truest finish the first task before starting a new one.

I'll be trying this today. Music, candles, lights, food, water, clear space, and open up ONE tab. Not a million. Finish one task, 25 mins. And break, move to the next.

Seems simple. I'm sure it's harder then I think.... time to try! Let's get the DreamChasers website launched this week!!

Andrea Maldo

Shared March 8, 2017

Pomodoro

Marcell Balázs

Shared March 16, 2017

Great ideas! Absolutely loved this one!

El

Shared April 11, 2017

Awesome hack!

Bambang Prasetio

Shared April 19, 2017

"working on things that fulfilled me"

thanga kumar

Shared May 5, 2017

To make most of your time..

Alejandra Bojorquez

Shared May 24, 2017

Great system to make your work day less drainful!

磊 吴

Shared May 31, 2017

heard about the pomodoro technique long ago, good post and definitely worth serious trial.

Putranto Adhi Nugroho

Shared June 11, 2017

nice

Youssef Zehiri

Shared June 14, 2017

deep

Phillip Proctor

Shared July 22, 2017

I'm going to give it a try!

Toumazis Toumazis

Shared August 5, 2017

The Pomodoro Technique!!

Jinay Shah

Shared August 6, 2017

I transitioned from just working…to working on things that fulfilled me.What’s more, I gave myself the freedom to do non-work stuff, such as attending my daughter’s recital during what most people consider work hours.

Ruchi

Shared August 30, 2017

I transitioned from just working…to working on things that fulfilled me.What’s more, I gave myself the freedom to do non-work stuff, such as attending my daughter’s recital during what most people consider work hours. This made it easy to shift my mindset about when I could or couldn’t work.

Curtis Bise

Shared September 4, 2017

Going to give it a shot!

aung ye Kyaw

Shared September 14, 2017

🐯

Claire Sandham

Shared October 8, 2017

balance

Em VC

Shared November 1, 2017


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Shared November 13, 2017

Управление временем по Помодоро.
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4. Отдохнуть
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Pavan Kumar Ram

Shared December 30, 2017

to

Bruno Souza

Shared January 4, 2018

wore those

Horatiu Cioloboc

Shared January 10, 2018

yis

Francisco Cevallos

Shared January 21, 2018

Manage skills

Lauren Kirkley

Shared February 8, 2018

These questions helped me take into account my mood and energy when prioritizing tasks. As a result, I no longer do anything just because I feel I have to.

When my physical energy is low, I work on my health and wellness.When my emotional energy is low, I find something that makes me happy, like spending time with my wife and daughter.

Leanne Rodd

Shared February 21, 2018

Productivity

K S

Shared March 10, 2018

will rethink trying out pomodoro again, without setting strict rules of operation.

juhi gupta

Shared March 12, 2018

dgf

Kasper Lyskjær

Shared April 5, 2018

Meget brugbar metode, som jeg glæder mig til at prøve af på job.

Soe Wei Yan Phyo

Shared June 3, 2018

Pomodoro Principle

1. Work with time, not against it: Many of us live as if time is our enemy.We race the clock to finish assignments and meet deadlines. The Pomodoro Technique teaches us to work with time, instead of struggling against it.

2. Eliminate burnout: Taking short, scheduled breaks while working eliminates the “running on fumes” feeling you get when you push yourself too hard. It’s impossible to overwork when you stick to the system.

3. Manage distractions: Phone calls, emails, Facebook messages, or suddenly realizing you need to change the oil in your car — distractions constantly bombard us. Usually, these distractions can wait. The Pomodoro Technique helps you log your distractions…and prioritize them for later.

4. Create a better work/life balance: Most of us are far too intimately acquainted with the guilt that comes from procrastination. If we haven’t had a productive day, we can’t seem to enjoy our free time. As a Pomodoro master, you create an effective timetable and achieve your high-priority tasks, so you truly enjoy your time off.

Banu Yobaş

Shared June 9, 2018

Good advances for efficient time management and working/studying

Onur Öztat

Shared December 28, 2016

Pomodoro Tekniği

Edward Lance

Shared January 4, 2017

In a perfect world, I’d have eight high-value tasks identified at the start of each workday. I’d prioritize these, and knock them off one by one, from most important to least. I’d be equally enthusiastic and motivated about each one, wouldn’t be interrupted, and would finish my day’s work in less than three hours.

Camille Charifa

Shared February 22, 2017

+ for pomodoro technique

Benoit BUAUD

Shared September 2, 2017

zerzeze

Benoit BUAUD

Shared September 2, 2017

test1

Benoit BUAUD

Shared September 2, 2017

test2

Aaron Werth

Shared December 15, 2017

This is great. Use this app with it. https://tomato-timer.com/

Deeps

Shared February 4, 2018

Good article

Criss Quigley

Shared April 25, 2018

Ignore the 16.7 hour thing. This article has info on the Pomodoro method I thought you might be interested in. I'm going to do "a pomodoro" to meditate right now!