Use the Pomodoro techniqueThe

Use the Pomodoro technique

The Pomodoro technique, created by Italian entrepreneur Francesco Cirillo, teaches us to work with time, not against it. It’s about tracking your time to get a more realistic handle on your projects. Especially on how long specific projects and tasks take you.  

Work in short, focused bursts of 20/30/40 minutes. Then you give yourself a brief break to recover and start over. This will break down your large complex task into manageable intervals. Once you start a task, you aim to finish it before attending to urgent but unimportant tasks.

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