Pomodoro Technique

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Pomodoro Technique

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Let’s talk about our first technique and this is a good one.

It’s called the Pomodoro Technique the idea of the Pomodoro Technique is this.

Twenty five minutes on with no interruptions.

That is twenty five minutes of focus mode of thinking you’re focusing on a task working on something

for twenty five minutes and then you take five minutes off five minutes in the diffuse mode where you’re

just relaxed you go for a walk you drink a cup of coffee and then you repeat this cycle again.

Now you may have probably heard of the Pomodoro Technique before and it’s always associated with a tomato.

Now why is that.

Well as you can see this method was actually developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s.

And the idea of this technique was to break down our work into different intervals and Francisco suggested

Twenty five minutes in length and five minutes.

Short break and each interval is called a pomodoro and Pomodoro in Italian means tomato because it was

mimicking this kitchen timer which is often used with this method to remind you that the twenty five

minutes are up five minutes are done now the twenty five minutes and five minutes isn’t a hard rule

if you want.

You can do it for 30 minutes you can do it for 10 minutes and five minutes.

The idea is to do what we learned in the science section of the course going between the focus mode

and the diffuse mode and going back and forth back and forth not over learning and killing yourself

while spending three hours straight on a task instead taking those small breaks in between spacing our

learning but going back between the focused and diffuse mode in this Pomodoro Technique is one of the

best ways to tackle procrastination because if you remember procrastination happens when things make

us a little bit unhappy or uneasy or we have that negative emotion associated with it.

Instead if we say hey for the next twenty five minutes I’m going to block everything else I’m going

to focus our attention on something.

Then after twenty five minutes I can take a five minutes break.

That idea of just starting Pomodoro Technique is one of the best ways to get rid of procrastination

because let’s be honest we all have twenty five minutes in our day to work on something and keep in

mind that twenty five minutes is just a suggestion.

If you want you can even just do 10 minutes 10 minutes of focus work five minutes a break.

It’s all about finding what works for you.

For me personally I like the twenty five minutes and five minute break and you can repeat that process

as many times as you want and I’ll link to some resources and apps that actually help you do the Pomodoro

Technique even if you don’t have this two little tomato timer.

Now let’s say you’re applying the Pomodoro Technique in your life.

One suggestion that I have is to always start off with the most disliked task first even if you only

do one Pomodoro a day.

Remember the pomodoro is the interval so twenty five minutes on five minutes off.

Even if you do it just once.

If you start off with the hardest task or the task that you’re least looking forward to that beats your

procrastination you’re able to get that task off your plate so that you can move on to other things

that perhaps make you happier.

So that’s the technique that I prefer.

Start off with the hardest tasks or the worst tasks and then move on throughout the day and repeated

as many times as you like until you get tired and bored and then it’s ok go off and play and use your

diffuse mode of thinking.

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